5 out of 5 stars
Such a unique little book - a rare mix of simplicity and psychedelia. You can feel the artist's appreciation for the beauty of a body at peace. The DYI feeling of the hand sewn together zine give this book a pleasant underground alternative vibe, the kind that makes you feel like you're in on a secret. My yoga group was all over it! Clever packaging too.
judyvarga13 on 26 May, 20165 out of 5 stars
A wonderfully illustrated ABC coloring book for children and adults. A creative twist on the traditional ABC's book beginning with a single drawing and ending with a colossal monstrosity. Flip the book for a delightful 1-10 counting book.
Candace on 28 Apr, 20165 out of 5 stars
So novel! A crazy fun ABC that an adult colorist can have fun with and then give to a child as a wonderful present. Turn it around and it's a counting One, Two, Three... my granddaughter was thrilled! Clever idea. Amazing art.
Sobe5585 on 07 Jan, 20165 out of 5 stars
I got this book as part of a Christmas present to my artsy mom. She loves coloring while she relaxes with a glass of wine. She loved it! I will post a pic when she sends me one.
Candace on 24 Nov, 20155 out of 5 stars
This colouring book is different from the others I've seen - a whimsical world with flora and fauna and birds and bees following true to life drawings of the beginnings of life to the baby in mama's arms. Love it. So fun.
natnat86 on 21 Nov, 20155 out of 5 stars
Amazing! Such incredible detail and so unique! Perfect gift for new or expectant parents
Sequential Drawings...Narrative Art Practise...Colouring Books... Call It What You Will!
I spent my childhood with my nose in books and sketchbooks. Art School was a given, and I put in six years of the stuff, at Emily Carr and then UBC. Just as I was graduating with my MFA I found out I was pregnant. The focus of my artistic practice was on sequential drawings; images that told a story just by being traced and overlapped with eachother. The first subject I turned to after graduating, was amazing development going on inside my body. Next, and pregnant again, I began creating a book I could use to share my love of reading, drawing and colouring.
I also thought, just maybe, I could convince adults to colour my books too, and when the colouring trend spread across the world, I was more than ready to share these projects with people everywhere. I've been carefully developing a drawing style perfectly suited to this fascinating trend all along. Enjoy!
This is the printing company that Renegade Arts Entertainment utilizes.
They make enamel pins. I drew the design for this pin, and specified the type of finish I wanted. I designed the card that backed it.
I was able to design a special "Alice At Naptime" wrapper so that my publisher, Renegade Arts, and I could sell a limited edition chocolate bar as part of a gift set.
Renegade Arts Entertainment
Renegade Arts Entertainment is a publishing company. This book was published by them.
When I am printing small batches of hand drawn cards I have my printing, cutting and fold lines done at my neighbourhood printer. My contact there, the owner, is a friendly woman named Angel.
I chose a local printer to reduce my carbon footprint, to support a business in my community, and to facilitate valuable meetings. Kelly Beckenridge, my contact at Topline, conversed with me many times and a high quality product was the result.
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