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A tiny pop-up card I sent to a friend. It’s about 2.5” wide.
Phoebe Wahl 2013
The Beehive Design Collective, a non-profit political arts organization dedicated to “cross-pollinating the grassroots,” is headed to the Unitarian Universalist Church in Oak Cliff, 3839 W. Kiest Blvd, Dallas, where they will share their recently completed work, Mesoamérica Resiste. The name of this Graphics Campaign, Mesoamerica Resiste, reflects the group’s efforts to go beyond illustrating corporate globalization plans to illustrate, document and share diverse stories of survival, community development, collective action and inspiration…
and the video for the kickstarter campaign
Jeannie Phan (Vietnamese-Canadian) Drawings
Enchanted Apple Tree, by Edward Julius Detmold (1883-1957).
Symmetry in Nature
This picture shows the wing pattern of an Indian Roller (Coracias benghalensis) from Bangalore, Karnataka, India.
Photo by Arjun Haarith
Okay but I’d never even heard of this bird before. Look at how GORGEOUS this bird is!
Limited edition poster I created for the band Cranford Hollow
This was so much fun! I am currently working on a Hoodie design for them as well. I’ll show you guys sooon.
‘The stories are taken from those told by grannies to grandchildren in many countries and in many languages – French, Italian, Spanish, Catalan, Gaelic, Icelandic, Cherokee, African, Indian, Australian, Slavonic, Eskimo.’ In his preface to the final title in our Rainbow Fairy Book series, Andrew Lang describes the diverse origins of these tales. They vary from ‘The Ugly Duckling’ by Hans Christian Andersen to ‘The White Slipper’ – a reversal of the Cinderella story, in which the king loses his precious white slipper and offers his daughter’s hand to whoever finds it.
The introduction to this edition is by award-winning writer Sara Maitland, whose most recent book, Gossip from the Forest, explores the provenance of fairy tales. Tomislav Tomić is a Croatian artist and children’s author, whose detailed and lively artwork includes a decorated title page, illustrated endpapers and numerous black-and-white drawings. Like all the Rainbow Fairy Books, this volume is beautifully produced, with coloured top-page edges, and luxurious Caxton Wove paper.
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