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January 20, 2011

Lines and Halftones

She had me sold just by looking at her menu. Cut out letters and patterns - I'm in! And then I dug a little deeper and I was right. Her work is light and fun, with a mix of collage, images, and hand drawings in different inks. Indulge yourself in Dudu's vast collection of playful work.


January 4, 2011

Next Time No Junk

Last week, Okat and I met to catch up and discuss our plans for DA. And in true DA form, we drew together inside one of his sketchbooks. I know, how appropriate. Our meet-up consisted of a couple of micron pens, some ridiculously cheap markers and to top it all off, cold beer and laughter. It was a good day, and what do we have to show for it? This all over the place, colorful, I-Don't-Get-It collaborative doodle.

December 28, 2010

Somewhere in the City

I am surrounded by some extremely talented people and I'm a lucky girl for it. Alvaro Naddeo is an Art Director originally from São Paulo, Brazil and now lives in New York. Some random facts about him: He is extremely hard working and punctual, he takes the 6 train every day, and his sketchbooks are wonderful - wonderfully simple. He captures his daily experiences in the city with only black ink - buildings, food, receipts - and there you have it.


December 20, 2010

In Good Company

Just don't ask E.A. Small to do your portrait. Her unforgiving pen depicts moles, wrinkles, lots of bad hair, and perhaps the largest collection of ugly sweaters around. Her art is as unpretentious as her cast of characters, but just as entertaining.


September 1, 2010

Heart Music Video Backdrop

So I spent my bank holiday Saturday with my good friend from olden days Mr. Ash Dando. He is a wonderfully talented art director who helped me to draw a massive heart thing for use as a backdrop on a colourama.

It only took us about 12 hours but we got there!
We are filming the video on Thursday for the new up and coming little artist SPARK.

Check out some of me pics of the work in progress.


August 10, 2010

August's Guest Contributor: Tom Hovey

My first experience of Tom Hovey was an interesting one, and that is exactly how I would describe his work, too. Our first few conversations included topics like John Prescott as a father figure, locking artists inside a cupboard, and how he thought I was a man. He is a self-proclaimed ink addict and describes his work as "beautifully, ugly people." We are excited to have him as our new guest contributor for the next month.

Help us welcome the often inappropriate and highly talented Tom Hovey. Get to know him better, in his own words.


May 26, 2010

Take Me With You

Last week I took my little brother to the movies to see Iron Man 2. He's only five, so he's growing so much every day. During the big fight scene, he pulled at my arm and (speaking some with his little open mouth, but mostly with his huge blue eyes), whispered something like "Lisa, I am so glad this is not in 3D".

That's something that happened last week. And as much as the moment fills me up, I know the specialness of it doesn't read so good to a third person. So when I crawl into the comic drawings of Aidan Koch, I wonder how he does it.

I wonder how he can take something as elusive as a moment, and neatly wrap it up in a page of loose, inky marks and quiet grey lines. Is there a secret technique to not just show someone what happened, but pull them into it with you?

I'll leave my thoughts in the comments, because they'll be as good as yours....





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