I came home the other night to find that the cat had eaten my homework (or my artwork, to be more precise). Thankfully, I had already transferred the image to my deck, ready to paint up for PipeUp 2010 – the last ever Paperhorse Studios exhibition. Come along and celebrate the end of an era with a fine collection of decks by a plethora of Australian and international artists.
Here is a kind of abstract taste of what I’m putting together for the ST5K / Format Festival exhibition, running as part of Adelaide Fringe Festival 09.
Seb and I have finally got round to design the invites for our wedding and, with only 8 weeks to go, we certainly have cut it fine in getting these finished and ready to send out! We didn’t really have any ideas before mucking around with this design, but it seems to have emerged as a kind of mongrel crossbreed of old photographic carte de visites, treasure maps, and arcade tickets… which is probably very much what you would get when you crossed Seb and my brains anyhow, so I guess its very fitting!
There will also be a couple of loose cards in the same style, namely:
+ a dorm pass with a designated room number (guests are staying the night in the heritage building we have hired), and details regarding the overnight stay.
+ an RSVP card.
+ A card detailing charity options, in lieu of gifts.
These still aren’t quite finished – I can’t decide between the brown or red colours. Hmmm… Hopefully they will be finished in the next day or so.
I feel very humbled by the amount of interest people have shown in regards to my Golden Koi shoes (see earlier post). These shoes are now available as custom orders on my etsy. As a custom order, they can be make in any size or style, and designs can be adapted to suit the individual. I will also be uploading some of my jewellery pieces in the coming days.
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