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I first came across Gabriel Campanario when i saw an amazing sketch he had done of a hotel I stayed at in Vegas in 2008. I have fallen in love with his amazing illustration style. I don’t know if his illustrations are for sale …I sure would like one!
He is also founder of the Urban Sketchers, an online blog that features the sketches of over 100 artists from over 30 countries around the world.
I could spend all afternoon looking through this blog….but I better get back to work!
I hope you all had a lovely bank holiday weekend! We’re very excited to be bringing you a lovely “Easy Cheat Bow” tutorial by the fabulous Louise from Super Duper Things and we’re even lucky enough to get a sneaky peak into where she works too….
This is my desk, which somehow followed me from my parents’ when I moved out. It’s often quite a lot messier than this, as I use it for jewellery-making, sewing, uni work and internetting – everything, really! On the right sits Brian, my trusty printer, whom I could not live without.
I keep all my materials in vintage tins from carboot sales and charity shops, but I’m such a hoarder it’s getting out of hand and what I long for is one of those vintage tea chest or spice chest thingies with lots and lots of small drawers!
The ‘I love bingo’ clipboard came from a pound shop somewhere and I just couldn’t leave it there- it makes me smile whenever I look at it, although I have no particular emotion about bingo really. The phone was also my parents’, not sure where it came from, but I love it so much! Really long to dial a mobile though, which is just as well to keep me working and not chatting….
How to make my Easy Cheat Bow..
We have just added the fabulous Jacqueline Wagner to the site. She has some wonderful jewellery on offer that is inspired by the simple shapes and bold colours of the 1970s.
She also has some fabulous prints for sale of her 3d Illustrations. “For her 3D illustrations, Jacqueline creates intricate small-scale arrangements of hand-crafted and found objects, which she then photographs.”