A new gocco print by Lisa Congdon entitled Protect Solitude — a drawing of a hand quail gocco’d on tan high quality card stock paper — is available in a limited edition of 28 pieces.
Last I looked, there was only 18 of them left.
Mike Lowery is a DC area artist who teaches art and design. His Argyle Academy comics are quietly hilarious and details the antics of Alexander, Matthew, Stockholm and Lionel the vampire cat; along with a few fruits.
His work is fresh and funny — I love the dialogs between his characters and his expressive linework; and his illustrations documented in his blog.
Oh, and he sells his originals drawings and tees in his shop too!
In celebration of Michelle Romo’s 25th year of her life, she’s documenting her growth via 25 Project; an art project per day that started on November 21st, 2007, and will end on November 21st, 2008. Each month will have a different conceptual theme — the past few themes included Fonts and Typography and Scenes From a Daily Life.
There will be limited edition products (25 of each item only!) made each month that will be sold in her shop.
The end result will be 25 handmade books, and an art show.
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