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Works on paper from Miranda Skoczek’s current exhibition, Unicorns & Alchemy at Iain Dawson Gallery, Sydney
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Caledonia Curry is a Brooklyn based artist better known under her moniker Swoon.
It is All Soul’s Day, when the veil between the living and the dead is said to be at its most diaphanous.
I thought I'd have a play with a remixed flag.
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I’ve always been interested in the interplay between color and pattern, how each effects the other and the visual impact both can have, even in small doses. Australian artist Kirra Jamison’s works are a beautiful, modern mastery of both. Love Me Two Times IV, gouache, ink, pen and vinyl on paper 76x56 cm Her warm and pure palette allow her compositions to pop against neutral backgrounds. Saturated, cut-out like shapes call to mind the collages of Henri Matisse , though Jamison’s compositions tend to be a bit more complex and detailed. But anyone whose work reminds me of Matisse is an automatic fave!
so, i’ve recently discovered the wonderful world of dingbats and vector graphics !
fuck you is the new thank you
I've personally never hugged a reindeer before but I imagine the experience would be warm and snuggly and definitely worthy of wishing upon loved ones during the holiday season.
The crêpe itself is a noble, balanced creature, but take liberties with the filling; it can be as rustic, ethnic, seasonal, low-brow or as fancy as you wish. Our most luxurious and delicate savory Easter crêpe is an excellent excuse to use some of the legendary sweet and succulent Pacific Northwest Dungeness crab along with a generous dab of salmon eggs. For the sweet followup, an exotic yet familiar surprise, we’ll employ a decadent, melting duo of Nutella and addiction-inducing Lindt white chocolate truffle squares. The batter takes less than five minutes to make, and once you’ve churned out a stack of light, golden, glorious crepes, they can be filled with just about anything. All you need to remember is a simple ratio: 1 part liquid, 1 part egg, and 1/2 part flour. With those ingredients and a trusty non-stick pan, you’re in business.
Here are some new printable freebies from us for you - favor bags / chocolate wrappers.