When I get in a creative rut I like to try something new, to keep myself happy and push myself in other directions. Trying out a different technique of drawing/painting/colouring/whatever is usually a good way of doing this - just do something, anything, right now, as quickly as you can.
So when I felt in a funk yesterday I took time to draw a heap of patterns with a Sharpie, then scanned them and turned them into a handful of minimal two-colour patterns (my favourite). Happy Wednesday to you.
Melbourne studio for the ceramic practice of Aliça Bryson-Haynes.
Melbourne-based artist & illustrator who works from a shared space in the inner suburbs.
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Melbourne-based concrete homewares by Kristy Tull, based in a bright, light industrial warehouse space in the inner west.
Home studio-based textile brand, located in Melbourne's inner north.
Melbourne-based artist/illustrator who works from a custom built home studio.
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