https://player.vimeo.com/video/59326653?wmode=opaque For a year or two I have been looking at animations on Vimeo, telling myself I’d love to try animating a story one day, instead of a website’s flying menus or buttons. But without a story I had a dawn good excuse to procrastinate on my project. Then last summer I heard a song […]
First post of the year! I’m not taking resolutions this time, except I need to either post more often or rethink my post strategy. Here’s my second collage on treehouses. It’s another tea house by Terunobu Fujimori, an unconventional Japanese architect whose work is playful and clever. This tea house was built for an exhibit […]
As far as small structures go, tree houses are my favorites. Walking in my neighborhood the other day I saw one up in a tree, and I suddenly remembered how much I liked them when I was a kid. My brother, sister and I would gather whatever pieces of wood we could find, nailed them […]
No one will deny painting is a great way to experiment with colors, but there’s nothing like collages to reconnect with the childhood pleasure of cutting with scissors and gluing things. I get my colored paper from Color-aid, they have up to 314 colors available in various sets and sheet sizes.
After making a project out of japanese paper I was left with scraps of triangles, squares, rectangles and half circles. They accidentally overlapped and that gave me the idea for these cards. It was near christmas so I created four designs around the holiday theme. I made a hundred of those (all by hand) and […]