Thursday, March 15, 2007

lets build a home!

A little house grew on my embroidery... and the large gaping hole in the middle is no longer so big. It is eciting to see the embroidery start to take on its final forms, but I'm starting to get a little sad, like its an end of an era. Not all of my ideas for the embroidery made it onto the felt, but plenty, I'm sure, will spill onto the next one I will do.




I am loving... Julie Knoblock's interactive illustration project. It is quite amazing to see how someone's suggestion is translated and incorporated into an artwork. It is quite a fun idea...


I am off to... the Craftwerk fair on Saturday to have a little look around. It has crossed my mind on more than one occasion that I could sell my auntie dresses there...

4 comments:

Renee said...

Oh how cute this is!I want one....your work is just amazing!This project just makes me feel so happy,I'm loving it for sure!I just found your blog & it just brought a smile to my face to quickly see something so cute!It really is a work of art!Great job!

Lara said...

Hi Anna, Thanks for the lovely comments on my blog of late - they are much appreciated! I thought it was great that you're also thinking a browny colourway would look good - because thats exactly what I was thinking too.

Thanks again!! xo

What you need to know... said...

Hi Anna,
Thanks for visiting my blog & leaving me a comment! :) I'm always curious to see if anybody has been checking out my blog,so thanks for stopping by.I keep visiting your blog,hoping for some updates,so I hope you post something soon,I would love to see your final masterpiece. :)It's such a sweet loving picture. :)

Lara said...

Hi Anna,

Thanks again for the lovely comment on my blog! I'd love to print the crafty bits pattern onto fabric - although I'm not sure if it'd look good as a 1 colour print (2 colours is a bit too expensive). Anyway if you wanna use it for a fashion illustration thats completely fine :)

Take care.