Friday, September 23, 2011

Friday in the studio - Amy prints

Another Friday, another intern making awesome things.

Amy's been interning with us for the last two weeks. An architecture grad who's thinking maybe designing houses isn't her thing, maybe textiles is her true calling.

During her time here, whilst she wasn't cutting fabric, cleaning screens, wrapping parcels and making us tea, Amy did a hand cut stencil print and made herself an awesome fully lined drawstring bag:

Amy's drawstring bag & stencil print

And today she hand cut two more stencils to make a 1+1 = 3 colour print of a hare:

One plus one equals three - Amy's hand cut stencil print

Yay! I love it when interns come here and help us out but get to take away something they've made. Nice work Amy!

x

6 comments:

CurlyPops said...

Oh my goodness, she used orange and pink for that cute bunny. A girl after my own heart!

M said...

Her prints are gorgeous! A friend of mine also became a printmaker after finishing architecture school. You can see his stuff here (http://endeavors.unc.edu/the_birth_of_an_aquatint) and here (http://endeavors.unc.edu/photography/plastique_fantastique)

They should be buddies. Architecture-students-turned-artists unite!

lamina @ do a bit said...

What a lucky girl :) Love that bag...a lot!!!

craftytails said...

Ooh, that looks truly amazing. So beautiful.

Screen Printing Melbourne said...

Must say Marvelous prints ! simple and elegant it is !

Becca@Carpet Cleaning In Perth said...

WOW… I am thoroughly impressed with your hubby that seems to be very profitable… that looks like such a hard work…but the results…gorgeous!