Week three already?! Where did the month go? This week we have some more artists who have taken part in Inktober, give them some love and check out more of their artwork! Here are their details below: Rona Innes: @rona_innes_art Gav Stewart: @polarsharks Jenny Proudfoot: @jennyproudfootillustration Ross MacRae: etsy.com/uk/shop/MacrazyArt James Flowerdew: jamesflowerdew.com/artwork.php Alexander Jackson: @alexanderijackson Edd Wellesley-Davies: @edd_scape Find out more about our artists at scottishdesignexchange.com
Get your Frida Kahlo vibs on 💙💚💜💛 @daisybootsdesigns
Animal inspired gifts and homeware by designer Cherith Harrison, including: kitchen gifts, stationery, bags and gift sets.
DARKER ENDS is the third title by Alex Nye, again inspired by the landscape and history of Scotland. This time Glencoe is the background setting, and the ghosts of the recent past mingle with the dark events of 1692, when the leader of Clan Campbell authorized the genocide of a whole community as they slept in their beds before dawn...Those who survived - women and children - struggled their way up into the lowering mountains of Glencoe, but what happened to them? Did they live to tell the tale?
Inktober week 2! These are the drawings our wonderful artists came up with this week. Let us know in the comments below what your favourite piece is! This weeks artists are: James Flowerdew - jamesflowerdew.com/artwork.php Ross MacRae - etsy.com/uk/shop/MacrazyArt Alexander Jackson - @alexanderijackson Edd Wellesley-Davies - @edd_scape Gav Stewart - @polarsharks Find out more about our artists at scottishdesignexchange.com
East End Press is a screen printing studio based in Glasgow. It is run by printmaker and illustrator Ellie Hodesdon and produces a range of screen printed textiles, art prints, greetings cards, homeware and ceramics. Ellie’s work focusses on bright colours and bold patterns, embracing the unpredictable nature of hand printing. Amongst other things, Ellie takes inspiration from Eastern European folk art, Indian textiles, Native American quilts and forgotten British crafts.
Happy inktober! Every Saturday we will be posting our artists takes on this months prompts - this weeks drawings are brought to you by: Gav Stewart @polarsharks Edd Wellesley-Davis @edd_scape James Flowerdew www.facebook.com/jwedrewolf You can find out more about these artists and many, many more at scottishdesignexchange.com What piece is your favourite? Let us know in the comments below!
Check out New artist Rose Strang As an artist her interest is in communicating an atmospheric, visceral repsonse to landscape – also researching the environment, history and geology of the landscape painted.
NEW! Artist @northern_woodwright_furniture 🔥check out the reflection forrest with 50 hand made trees, a cabin, and a three tone gilded mirror😍