16.10.12 by Jeff

Serena Cole

Artist painter Serena Cole
Coloured pencil and gouache works by Serena Cole.

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15.10.12 by Jeff

Hannah K. Lee

Shoes over Bills zine by Hannah K. Lee
“Shoes over Bills”, a brilliant little zine by Hannah K. Lee. about being ”responsible”. All the lettering here gets me really excited.

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09.10.12 by Jeff

Pick-a-land

Pick-a-land a book project by Teiera
A fun kids book project by three young Italian illustrators Giulia Sagramola, Cristina Spanò and Sarah Mazzetti. The book features people and places and when you mix up the pages you end up creating new nationalities. Watch the video below!

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09.10.12 by Jeff

Wind drawings by Mark Nystrom

Wind drawings by Mark Nystrom
“Wind drawings” by Mark Nystrom. These were created by equipping a pen with sails and suspending it over paper. Each drawing represents one day of wind.

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08.10.12 by Jeff

Winnie Truong

Double Twist Drawings by Toronto artist Winnie Truong
Drawings by Winnie Truong. Her solo exhibition “Double Twist” opens at Galerie Trois Points next week, in Montreal.

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08.10.12 by Jeff

Andy Dixon

Artist Andy Dixon
Drawings by Andy Dixon.

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05.10.12 by Jeff

Sofia Arnold

Artist painter Sofia Arnold
Drawings and paintings by Sofia Arnold.

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03.10.12 by Jeff

Malin Gabriella Nordin

Artist Malin Gabriella Nordin
“Private Language” is a project by one of my favourite artists, Malin Gabriella Nordin. She recently invited eleven children, ages 3 – 5, to interpret a collection of her sculptures:

“I met with each child individually for an hour to discuss the collection: what they thought the sculptures looked like, if there was a story, which one they liked the most, etc. I asked each one of them if they felt the collection was missing something and if so could they draw the missing piece. I also asked them if the sculptures were placed in the right order or if they wanted to rearrange them, which all except for one did. The upcoming months I will interpret their drawings and make their missing pieces into new sculptures and paintings.”

I usually include a handful of images, but I’ve included 30 images here. They were too beautiful not to post. I guess it’s kind of obvious that I love this project.

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