The Graphic Europe project goes on. The duck is going swimming for the first, and possibly last, time. The other ducks were totally uninterested in it.
Closer and closer
A great, big thanks to Morten Borgestad and Ida Toft for helping out with the photography. I am totally scared of birds, and didn´t handle the situation too well…..
And again, what to choose? What works the best people?
Ok, first of all, excuse the photos. I´m still working on The Graphic Europe Book. So far I´ve made a snowman, an ice cream, a duck, some stones and a pint. Three to go… Going back to Husfliden tomorrow for more yarn.
Duck and stones. Can´t wait to take photos of the duck next to real ducks…
Ok, it´s weekend and time for relaxation. Not mor me though. I´ve got my Grapic Europe deadline at the end of March, and there´s really noe break in a while. It´s really good fun though;) Can´t complain. Looking forward to taking the pictures of this pint. Perhaps I should throw a party for it….
Mr Snow is really happy these days. He might come across as he always does on these photos, but he is thrilled! Den Norske Husfliden has decided to sponsor him (and me) with the yarn for the Graphic Europe project. Thank you Husfliden! Really nice girls with lots and lots of nice yarn. You should definetly pop by!
Oh, and I would really like opinions on which photo to go for;)
For the book prosject Graphic Europe that I´m involved in I am making a series of illustrastions based on crochet and knitting. I am taking snapshots as if I was a tourist in my own city, but I am replacing one element in each picture with s made object like this snowman. Getting excited! The book is due in October, and is being published by London based Cicada Books.
My son was so scared of the snowman when he got up this morning and discovered it. Poor thing.
Illustrations for a guide to people new to a hearing aid.