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Join our hero Lizz on her most incredible journey yet and help her find all thirty of her birthstones!
One off, full colour, layered, laser cut plywood, illustrated picture book spread! Made for my girlfriends 30th birthday, this is my second full colour piece ever and maybe the most complicated one to assemble so far. Approximate size is 410 x 300 x 12 mm.
Layered, laser cut, plywood illustration measuring 260mm by 135mm by 25mm and matching brooch measuring 42mm by 51mm.
Commissioned by Bloomsbury Children's books as a competition prize to promote their latest book Anyone But Ivy Pocket by Caleb Krisp with illustrations by John Kelly, I was asked to create a piece that focuses the magical clock diamond that the story revolves around.
Layered, laser cut, plywood illustration, the approximate size is 240mm by 395mm and 30mm deep.
The Separation depicts a story that was divinated using the I-Ching, a technique inspired by the Philip K Dick classic, Man on High Castle.
The I-Ching, or Book of Changes, is an ancient Chinese text that allows the reader to search for answers by throwing coins (traditionally they used yarrow stalks). It's not really like fortune telling, horoscopes or anything like that, it's more like a technique of searching your own subconscious for answers using random numbers generated by throwing coins. I'm not a spiritual person myself but I found it to be a really interesting and novel way of making work. It's amazing how freeing it feels to leave the central themes/ideas behind a piece to chance. This was certainly one of my most interesting commissions to date.
Favorite moviesAkira, Star Wars, Donnie Darko, Finding Nemo, Fight ClubFavorite gamesDiablo IIFavorite gaming platformPCTools of the Tradepen, paint and pcOther InterestsIllustration, Graphics, Art in general and lots of other non art related stuff