Thanks for the print orders everyone. Remember to put your order in early if you want it posted in time for Xmas. Lantern Printing
have done a sterling job of the giclee prints. Click on image below for it to appear larger.
This artwork 'Siren' is a recent collab I've done with photographer James Pipino. I was asked along with other artists and designers (including my designer/art director hubby Tim) to create a unique work using Unsigned Management's photography. The monster A0 printed works will be silent auctioned off for charity at a launch party this Thurs night in Melbourne. Please contact me if you are interested in going. email@example.com
Other artist's work include Tim Haynes, 'Don't Rest Feet on the Wall'. Also in collab with James Pipino. Should look rockin' at A0 size.
Well jingle my bells, it's that time of year again. I've had some print enquiries so I've decided to get into the Xmas spirit and run some holiday specials on my limited edition prints.
Usual prices are A4 $100 and A3 $130. Super Xmas discounted rates will both be under $100! Hello, instant pressie idea. There are also discounts on multiples.
The giclee prints are great quality, printed on 300gsm art paper, 100% cotton rag, nil OBAs, natural finish, acid free and only archival pigment inks are used. They are limited edition of 100, signed and numbered, with white surrounds for framing.
A4 - $75 for one
- $130 for two
- $250 for four (or set as shown above)
A3 - $95 for one
- $170 for two
- $320 for four (or set as shown above)
Discounted rates will run until Dec 21st but please get in early if you want them to be posted in time for Christmas!
Be What you Want to Be
These are some images that I've had some enquiries about but discounts are on all prints. See something you like, shoot me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll see what I can do.
I've been creating some children's designs lately and lovin it. I'm sure that having a kid and reading vintage kids books every day has influenced the design process.
And hey, not a boob in sight. Who said I was typecast?
I've been sucked into a void of pinterest, (damn you time wasting computer) but I do have some funny pics to share. Not is all lost. You can follow my pinterest page if you have a spare hour or two to waste. I'm still trying to decide if this pinterest is a good thing. Yes it has some ace reference material but I can't help think that it regurgitates the same images all over the web. It's great to see what is popular on one hand but will everyone have the same inspiration? And really, I used to have time to create things and now I'm just looking and thinking about it.... Images via Poppalina and Tiger beat Twist.
I've been busy with deadlines (which I can't talk about just yet) which means I have a backlog of posts. Somehow I just can't manage to fit them in so here's a few to get started.
First up was a collaboration with my partner in crime, art director/designer Tim Haynes. A tote bag design created for Ulta3 pastels range of nail polishes. It's a giveaway for a limited time at leading pharmacies while stocks last. Check out Ulta's facebook page for details. We hope to work on a few more projects together.
I've had a few good garage sale/op shop finds lately. These ace kids masks still in their packets are probably my faves.
And this one is for the kids. My sister told me about this and I stumbled across it in the city yesterday. It's called Kaeru, a recycled temporary garden by a Japanese artist Hiroshi Fuji. It'son the upper terrace of Hamer Hall, entrance through the main lawn at the Arts Centre. More info here. Open until Sept 30th and it's free.
Those of you who have been on my facebook page this week already know that Risographica is coming to Lamington Drive gallery again, opening Thursday 9th August. It's a great opportunity to buy some super cheap artwork by some ace Jacky Winter illustrators. The Risograph prints are limited edition of 10 and are only $50 each!
I couldn't decide which design to use so I had a little voting competition to help me choose. It was pretty close (which confused me even more) but this was the winning design chosen by you. Big thanks to those who voted!
It's been the house of winter blues here as it seems with most folk in Melbourne, so thought I'd share some frolicking carefree lasses making music. All that story book reading of fables and folky tales has filtered through as inspiration. I'm thinking of printing a range of four prints, might be sweet for a girl's room or for big kids too! What do you think black or white background?
Ivy and I have been having fun this week doing some combined art projects. I've been cutting out or painting shapes and she's been drawing the nifty linework. I did help draw one circle as a snout as she told me it was a pig (wish I hadn't now but I can see more great partnership projects ahead!)
Nyc was all all that it should be. Great art, busy sidewalks, fire escapes, water tanks, the subway, nyc cops, mexican sailors, neurotic women, crazy scenes, pizza by the slice, tacos, sun, rain and good times. See you next time!
It's been crazy town around here, getting designs ready for Surtex plus a film shoot in our house which required my studio and most of the house to be emptied! It's been a lot of late nights and weekends of work but it will all be worth it when we hop on that plane on Wednesday. Here's a sneak peek of some of the designs I've been working on. If you're in New York please come and visit Booth #544 and say hello!
Well it's all systems go in the house of Neryl. I have just decided to be a part of Surtex, a licensing art and design trade show in New York, in mid may....yes MID MAY! It's a massive show, with so much work ahead of me over the next weeks but the best bit is.... I'll be heading over in person! It's been a few years (and drinks) between visits but so excited to visit my fave city again.
I won't be able to post the designs till after the show so I apologise in advance for any tumbleweed action that may lay ahead in my blog posts.