Too much blank wallspace in your house? Look no further! I’m currently taking a screenprinting class, which means I’m making tons and tons of editions of prints that I do not have room for in my tiny apartment. So, I’m selling a lot of handmade prints for a ridiculously low price in order to get some space back.
All prints are $7 + $3 to cover shipping (US only - if you’re international and would like to order, please message me so we can figure out shipping cost).
The mushroom prints are 18” x 12.5”, the Keep Fighting prints are 17” x 12” and the cake and popsicle prints are 8” x 8”. I’d also like to note that the Keep Fighting prints are metallic gold, and the mushrooms prints are nearly flourecent cmyk (neither of which show up on camera very well).
Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re interested!
Quick drawing of Pearl from Steven Universe - I am positively in love with the show. So many great artists working together on a project that is thematically right up my alley. Pearl and I are more or less exactly the same person.
A piece I made for Light Grey Art Lab’s upcoming SMART show! I’m so lucky to be included with so many other talented artists who made awesome work for the show - you can check out all of the other pieces here and check for updates on LGAL’s tumblr here!
I had a tough time getting started with this piece - “smart” as a prompt was pretty intimdating. Eventually, though, I decided to tackle it from a science angle - I started thinking about how insects that live in colonies (like bees) often function as one single organism with many little parts that just act for the good of the whole. It’s an interesting (and fairly sucessful) way for evolution to handle the ideas of survival and consciousness.
In addition to describing the city itself, the podcast also discusses the organically evolving nature of Kowloon’s architecture, and how even though the city is now abandoned it lives on in video games, movies, and as inspiration for many science fiction settings.