Emily Sutton is an illustrator i’m familiar with having come across her work before at the V&A a few years ago, but after refreshing my mind on what her work is like, I realised I liked the way she records what she sees with simplicity and in a sense just appears to draw with her brush and watercolour.
Developing My Riso Window Zine With Additions
After testing the riso printer for the first time, I felt as though I had a good idea as to what works and what doesn’t. Although after my tutorial
I first came across Brie Harrison‘s Illustrations when I went to The London Illustration Fair last year and bought her seasonal postcards. I was immediately drawn to her illustrations because she illustrates nature, which is a huge passion of mine, however her simplistic style of illustration reminded me a lot of how I have begun illustrating my nature (see below pages from my sketchbook).
Although I plan on making a souvenir based on my own outlook of the local area, it still needs to be routed in context.
When drawing my small nature spaces outside their windows, and testing drawing styles and techniques as well as colour application
As I’m working on producing a zine to accompany my souvenir plant badge, I have in mind that I want to
Window Boxes as Small Nature Spaces
After my first attempt at trying to find new nature in the Local Universe, I reflected an realised I was once again looking at wild nature which is what I did for my previous edition project. I thought that maybe I should instead look at the opposite of wild nature, and observe nature that is tame. Controlled by man and used decoratively.
As my final studio brief is once again based on nature, I decided it was important I go and walk around the Local Universe trying to find a new angle
For the last part of term, within the Local Universe studio, we have been given the opportunity to write our own briefs and do more self directed work