This is a popular stencil I cut a few years ago, I found the original photographer and the DJ himself, see my past post about it being on the Television show "GLEE" on FOX.
Thursday, July 30, 2009
Monday, July 27, 2009
I had a great time, relaxing at the beach, selling art and meeting new people...It was wonderfully hot and I came home as red as a lobster but it was well worth it!
Here's some pix from the weekend:
If you missed buying a piece of art, you still can, click here
Saturday, July 25, 2009
Come see the BIG Alki Arts Fair on Alki Beach!
Soak in some sun, take a swim,eat some food,have a drink,relax listen to music and look/buy some artwork... what more can you ask for?
*Alki Art Fair*
Alki Beach in West Seattle
Saturday July 25th 10-7pm
Sunday July 26th 10-5pm
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
We all met up this evening with the curator Jen and owner Lee to check out the progress and choose the rooms we will be painting.
It's going to be much like the Hotel Des Arts in San Francisco, where each artist
(local to Seattle) will paint one room with their choice of design, color, etc..
My room is Suite #218 on the 2nd floor. It has plenty of room and a private bath.
Here's some before pictures...
The City Hostel in Belltown
Friday, July 17, 2009
I added to paypal to my website so you can purchase instantly without having to contact
me. I'm still updating my site so please be patient, some of the pages are a bit stale, I will be posting alot of new art within the next few weeks and adding paypal "add to cart" buttons.If you find any errors...let me know!
Also you can check out my etsy shop for new items that are not on my site.
Keep and eye out! I have a "Stenciling How To" with pictures!
Book is being released Late Summer/Fall 2009!
by Anna WrayGet back to basics with Handmade Graphics, which will reinvigorate every graphic designer’s image- making process. Reawaken your dormant “art student,” step away from that computer, get your hands dirty, and start to play!
From pencils to computers, from scissors to paper, from stencils to printers, a vast array of mark-making tools are investigated and manipulated, illustrated with examples and exercises that stretch the limits of conventional usability, reinvent traditional, hand-making methods, and break all the rules along the way. As well as the usual mark-making devices, a range of left-field methods and processes are also explored, employing household materials and found objects, and subverting the correct usage of digital and electronic devices.
So, if you’re a graphic designer looking for inspiration beyond the usual off-the-peg solutions, this ideas-packed handbook offers a comprehensive “toolbox” of low-tech materials, high-tech equipment, old school tools, and subtly subverted methods and processes. After a good dose of hands-on mark-making, take those experiments back to your computer to create eye-catching and unique graphic solutions.
About The Author
Anna Wray studied design at Chelsea College of Art and Goldsmiths. She is the director of Lo-fi Creative and has built up over nine years experience designing for numerous clients ranging from bluechip companies to the music industry.