Celebrating the artichoke some more

26 Apr

Blue paintMagenta risingcement artichokeThese are pen on paper, layered with photographs.

The textures were photographs taken in Taiwan, Yingge (鶯歌), a small pottery town, a 30-minute train ride south of Taipei City.

We were lucky enough to be taken on a personal tour by a pottery designer into one of the pottery studios close to the old streets.

We found a small courtyard where all the left-over pottery paint were dumped over walls and the cement floor. These wonderful textures where the result.

These prints would look great in a kitchen with a rustic feel. I sell them in Touchee Feelee’s Etsy shop, printed on a 300 gram bright matte fine art paper. It’s also archival certified for 100 years. The image above is the original one I drew before I layered it with the textures.


4 Responses to “Celebrating the artichoke some more”

  1. Euodia from ToucheeFeelee April 30, 2012 at 20:20 #

    Wow, thanks Farah. Glad you like it.


  2. Farah April 30, 2012 at 14:49 #

    I really love your blog! I’m passing the Kreativ Blogger Award to you. Here is the post – check it out!


  3. Euodia from ToucheeFeelee April 29, 2012 at 17:37 #

    Thank you Scott! Your work is lovely as well.


  4. artboy68 April 29, 2012 at 16:11 #

    really nice work!


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