And I'll throw in one of the little 4"x6" prints on the top right, and some stickers.
SO, if you'd like to enter to win them "like" this post (this makes me assume this means you enjoy my work at least a bit) and if you want you can "like" my page, Alison Woodward Eats Ink. I'll collect the names from the all the likes. You will only be entered in the draw once.
And I'll draw the draw on new years! January 1st 2012.
Cheers, good luck, and thank you for your support!
So, as most who know me know, I got to art school. This semester I focused on making artist books. The first was this little bird, and the second was this box I call Heirloom. I mostly just call it a box.
This piece is constructed out of paper and decorated with ink, water colour, and gouache.
I hope to film both of these books in full pop-up action within the next few months, so keep a heads up.
cheers & enjoy!
Thank you everyone! I am very glad that this piece has amused many people. I am hugely flattered by peoples kind comments and offers to buy this piece. Unfortunately, it is not currently available for purchase. It had a home before I posted the pictures.
However, I do plan to video document all of my pop up books so that everyone can view them.
The semester is just starting to wrap up, so I thought I'd share a piece I just documented. I hope to eventually make a movie of this piece being "read". But for now, detail shots of Little One:
so, I thought I would share the second edition cover of the Nautical Nonsense zine I made a few years back. New and improved! (cover that is, the guts are the same, there's a break down of the innards past the link)
Come visit me and my cohorts at W2 on November 17th!