Newly posted illu, done in February!
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I posted the WIP shots from this a bit ago, but here’s the final. It was finished back in February – I have no clue why I’ve held off on posting it, but this has got to be my favourite illustration that I’ve ever done. Like, ever – for real. I think it’s pretty self explanatory, but since I’m sure people will disagree with me on that I’ll say a little about it. This was inspired by…
If you like it, help me keep making art - buy a poster! Or spread the word. Ya know. Reblog!
9:21 pm |
April 26 2012
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So! Check it out yall. Super fun cell phone picture above from my booth at the Made By Hand show in the suburbs yesterday. (By suburbs I mean Mississauga, on the outskirts of Toronto – I usually show in the city.) I made a lot of sweet new swag, including tote bags and salves. It was an interesting experience…
Visit my blog to see more pictures of new swag (yay fun tote bags, one which has my favourite thing, profanity), and all that fun stuff. New tote bags, new salves, new homemade (local organic) chutney, commentary on the weirdness of suburbanites. Ya know. Click da link.
2:15 am |
April 26 2012
This has to be my favourite thing I’ve ever illustrated. For real! Without knowing the concept, what do you feel when you see this image? What does it communicate to you? I’ll post a bit about my ideas and concept…
To read more of this entry and see all the fun WIP pictures, click here to see the full blog post: http://sabrinascott.ca/blog/?p=2033
1:04 pm |
April 10 2012
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Sharing some love for grOCAD! This was so much fun, mad props to Laura Headley and Marta Chudolinska for organizing this badassery and being lovely facilitators and hosts. (And for the photos!) Thanks ladies! It was really nice to engage in a fun extracurricular workshop from a student’s perspective for a change, it seems that all I’ve been doing lately is teaching! (Middle schoolers and high schoolers at the AGO, about social justice, of course - what else?) Most of my hanging gardens are hangin’ in my kitchen…
(Read the rest and see more pictures on my blog: http://sabrinascott.ca/blog/?p=2052)
11:14 pm |
April 7 2012
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Here’s some process work for a series of 104 woodcuts I’m working on! I’ve been pretty tight-lipped about it since it’s in the early stages right now, but whatevs! I’ve been carving into maple. The above image mainly consists of an estasol transfer of my pencil drawing, and a few initial carvings. In order to better see the difference between cut and uncut wood I went over it with an orange marker. Check out the finished block below – I can’t wait to print this!
11:09 pm |
April 6 2012
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We’ll see how long this lasts, but I’d like to introduce a new feature on the blog – Inspiration Wednesdays. It’ll probably end up being once every two weeks (or whenever I feel like it), but we’ll see how it goes! Anyhow, last month in NYC I hit up the fancy pants Brooklyn Flea. I’d recommend it heartily if you end up draggin’ yourself over to that part of the world! The space was really interesting, because it was a takeover of an old bank – this particular booth which I’m featuring was near the massive old vault door. So awesome!
You can see more pictures and read a bit more about it by clickin’ here: http://sabrinascott.ca/blog/?p=1975
11:40 am |
April 4 2012
Preview of something I’m working on.
Cover for a limited edition set of small press publications. :)
6:24 pm |
March 26 2012
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I’m sure everyone’s heard of this – the greatest art show that ever was. It’s the Pokemon Battle Royale Art Show, happening on April 20th in Minnesota at the Light Grey Art Lab. I’m totally living vicariously through whoever is able to go, because as much as I’d love to head down to MN for this opening, I can’t! This was a highly juried exhibition, so I’m very honoured and ecstatic to be involved! Pokemon was an important part of my childhood, and while I’d love to get Pokemon tattoos one day, for now I’ll just settle for offering this humble illustration of Weepinbell. I was so happy to be assigned a grass Pokemon!
This show has received a lot of press – on Kotaku, QJ, and a bunch of other online spots. I seriously can’t wait to see everyone’s stuff! Here’sMachoke and Weedle - I haven’t been able to find many others that have been posted. So stoked! Click here to see a list of all of the amazing artists participating. The gallery has streamlined the cost of prints for this – 8x8in for $40. If you’re interested, let me know onTwitter or via email (SABRINAdraws at GMAIL dot COM).
3:13 pm |
March 22 2012
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