I love this phrase. I have been reading a lot about how mistakes are part of the process and have been trying more and more to share those things with others to grow from them. I got to print these at home on my C&P machine in the kitchen. It was a relaxing Friday night.
Next weekend I am attending an event at Hope Church. It is a curated Art Show where I will get to show off my stuff and hopefully sell a little of it. The theme is Love so I printed some little giveaway notecards to entice people to talk to me. Here is the lock up
I ran open studio and got some leaves printed tonight. Nothing fancy just a split fountain, easy lock up. I love the way this leave prints. I use him before and certainly plan on using him again in the future. It gets such great detail. I also love seeing them in MASS especially for something
I volunteer every year helping print a letterpress calendar to raise money for the Visual Art Center. Paul, the mastermind behind the calendar itself, gave me some scrap postcards as a thank you. Immediately I took them home and printed on them with my Morgan Line-o-Scribe! I hope to sell some of these at an
So a friend from work, Tylor, whose blog you can read at Collective Pair, asked about making some postcards with a fox from a print I had done before. I knew I wanted to use him again and had the chance to make a few last week. This letterpress cut really is one of my favorites.
So this Girl In Vintage Champagne Glass was only partially made by me. Paul Morris, an amazing letterpress friend, had this cut and decided to print it when I was there helping. So I worked on it with him for a while. But then he ended up printing a whole bunch and had nothing to do with
Made some new post cards the other day in the studio! I designed the cut on the computer and ordered it online. They are supposed to reflect the old vintage postcards you see in little gas stations. I printed some on flecked French paper but then switched to white because I liked the results better.