Steve Rack of ilikecharacters.com is calling for submissions for his Toe Fluff project, which will be turned into an exhibition later this summer with all profits of the event going to Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity.
Here’s what I submitted:
Toe Fluff turns into Cookie Fluff when you leave biscuit crumbs on the floor!
After a long absence – I’m back! I’ve been busy with a graphic design course, which has only recently finished. Please take a look at a selection of my work and feel free to leave a comment or send me an email.
My RSS feed address has also changed to http://feeds2.feedburner.com/AngieChanBlog
Thanks as always!
The Hunt for Cute Creature blog is 1 years old old today!
There are now over 50 entries in the Monster Parade. Below are some of my favorite.
From the top, left to right:
Sleeping Monster, Chiira, Dim Sum Island’s Fortune Teller,
Mr Jerren, Sous Squeak, Pippin and Casey,
Meeba, Nabas and Ghomi.
Thank you for following the blog and your comments in the last year. They’re always appreciated. ^^
I’ve always wondered how my illustrations would look when professionally printed. When I realised that MOO did a sample pack of 10 business cards (for free) I decided it was time to find out! The MOO samples allow you to place your own images on the front and back. It is possible to choose up to ten different images for the front, while the back is limited to one design.
I decided to take advantage of this and chose ten different images.
I’m rather pleased with the results. My photos don’t do them justice! In the above, I opted to pay the small fee that removed the ‘MOO watermark’, which was definitely worth it. With Christmas coming up I may well use these as gift tags.
The business card samples are available from MOO’s European and USA store.
An envelope I sent out earlier this summer to Mail Me Art in Surrey (UK) has appeared on their website! Check out the May submissions to see my entry in full.