Those nice people at Creative Review featured my work on their round-up of the Camberwell Undergrad show. Click here to read the full blog post.
Test printing a new lino of the little fox that roams the gardens of Penn Road where we’ve been house-sitting for some friends this week.
In the build up to our final uni hand-in last week I spent a lot of time cutting three A4 pieces of lino. Each was a quote from a small book of stories I’ve been making about knitters across the UK. They took around 14 hours each to cut so I’m crossing my fingers that I didn’t make any spelling mistakes! They will be on display with three other linocuts in our degree show later this month.
Test printing a new lino cut.
I am collecting stories of uk knitters to create a small book that celebrates the power of a shared activity to connect us to others across communities and generations, whether passing a skill on to someone younger or simply knitting together over a cup of tea.
If you live in the uk, can knit (even if it’s just one tiny stitch) and would like to share a small story (or know someone who might like to) then please get in touch:
hannahcousins (at) me (dot) com
…you can also download a pdf with more info HERE
I’ve been in Canada. My friend got married near Vancouver and it was the perfect excuse for a holiday; visiting old friends, making new ones, hanging out in the city, going to the country and a bit of spring snowboarding too.
1. Falkland, BC 2. Granville Island Market 3-4. Whistler with my parents 5. Vancouver Art Gallery 6. Riding with the lovely Windmill family nr. Vernon
Two A3 lino prints designed for a project with NW3 Hobbs
My screen printed ‘A-Z of Endangered Community Life’ tea-towels are now being sold by ToDryFor
They can be purchased online here or if you prefer the good old fashioned way of doing things, pick one up from the lovely shop Comma in Oxford
photos by todryfor
Lymington, lino print
A recent 2-colour print made in honour of my grandma (Gam) and the nice afternoons spent drinking tea and wandering around the quay together.
Cwor! I haven’t posted in ages- things have been busy over here with dissertation writing and project deadlines. Well, here’s a lino print for my four legged friend Monty, who was in a brilliant mood this morning despite all the snow and ice up at the stables. What a champ!