Friday, 30 August 2013

Sue Bulmer

It's Follow Friday!

Sue Bulmer is a Nottinghamshire artist who enjoys using a wide variety of medias to create beautiful illustrations, prints and textiles. You can buy Sue's limited edition prints on Folksy.

You can also find Sue on Facebook and twitter @sooziebee71. Sue also has a blog which is updated regularly with news, sneaks peeks at her work, interviews and more. 



Thursday, 29 August 2013

NEW Studio

You may have noticed that I have been neglecting my blog a lot recently and here's why. I have a new studio space, my sister has very kindly given me her downstairs bedroom. We've decided to share my bedroom instead as she needed more space for several things. It's also a lot better for me as I am able to shut off from designing if need be. Of course there's a lot more space to store everything that I need. I think it's a perfectly sized space for a studio. I feel very lucky to have a room separately for my studio and I'm very grateful for my Sister and parents to help make this happen. There are still few more changes that need to be done, which we are in the process of doing when there's time.







Thursday, 22 August 2013

MOYO Directory

I have recently signed up to the new MOYO Directory created by Rachael Taylor & Beth Kempton. It gives you access to designers across the globe showcasing their individual portfolio. Each designer has unlimited portfolio space and it could give them a chance for many work opportunities. So if you're a designer, what are you waiting for, get signed up today!

Below is a screenshot of my portfolio. There's still more to be added, but it's a start. If you like what you see,  give me a like.


Friday, 2 August 2013

Exhibition Review: David Bowie Is...

David Bowie Is...
Victoria & Albert (V&A) Museum, London, UK.

I was only introduced to David Bowie earlier this year, when I say introduced I mean by just his music and have ever since become a huge fan. When I discovered that there was an exhibition about him, I knew I had to go. It has become the best exhibition I've ever been to. I never realized how much more there was to the music, costumes and David Bowie himself.

In a nutshell the exhibition explores David Bowie's career, what influenced him, his artistic creations in music, costumes, album artwork and more. Also how he became the most inspiring music artist of all time.


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