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February 2, 2010

A Doodler's Doodler

First off. Thanks DA for having having me for February, and OKAT for the really swell things you said. I will try my best to make this icy cold month all warm and bubbly on our insides.

Okay now to business. Maura Cluthe (aka: Fragmented) was easily the first artist that came to my mind to feature here. The first time I saw her stuff I was blown away. I instantly felt a kindred spirit and connection. She reluctantly agreed after much prodding (just kidding). Maybe it was the robots and monsters, or her eye grabbing textures or was it the hyperdoodles (as she calls them) or her expert design sense. I'm going to say it is all of that and more! Maura is the complete package. She just finished up a children's book titled It's Not Easy Being Brave that I can't wait to get my hands on. There are prints available at her online shop. Yay Maura!

January 19, 2010

Work in Progress

Here are some pics taken at the Work in Progress show in Central Saint Martins MA Textiles Futures. These are a glimpse of an idea for wall coverings that are inspired by pages blown up from sketchbooks and spontaneous doodling and Traditional Lace. They are very much still a work in progress but I thought I would share them with you anyways. See more

January 14, 2010

The Wonderful World of Amelie Labarthe

From the moment that I met Amelie in 2008 and saw her work, I knew I was hooked. Her whimsical and playful approach to her art and her life is endlessly inspiring. I was first introduced to her as my tutor from Central Saint Martins, where she always guided us to draw and doodle away because any doodle can become something so much more she would always say.

Her sketchbooks always amaze me because they are so filled with nostalgia, amazing colors, mixed materials and textures. Her brilliant doodles seem to glide right from her mind to the pages of these fun filled books. I really felt a strong connection to her work from the get go, a lover and collector of vintage toys, a textile artist, and oh so much more... meet Amelie Labarthe

April 4, 2009

Touchy-Feely

We generally think about doodles two-dimensionally. But, Megan Whitmarsh's drawings leap off the page with colors that pop and shout, and the use of yarn, which adds texture and tactility to the art form. Treat yourself to this rare find.




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