inspiration for inky fingered picture-making

August 6, 2011 § 1 Comment

Recently I’ve been wrapped up in making EP artwork with Fallen Leaf. There will be a proper post with pictures and things once we’ve finished stamping and stitching and going slightly mad. Meanwhile, you can purchase tunes here, and see some of my inspirations-of-the-moment below:-

Top to bottom, they are Shaun Tan’s prints from Tales From Outer Suburbia, Lynd Ward’s astonishing woodcuts from God’s Man (why this man is not far more famous is a mystery), Stanley Donwood (this image is Fleet Street Apocolypse), and The Man Who Planted Trees by Jean Giono and Michael McCurdy (a beautiful book that my dad used to read to us when we were small).

Stay tuned for my little lino prints.

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