Monday, October 12, 2009

Workshop


Dentro de una semana la princesa Mermelada cumplirá siete años y me ha pedido que haga unas chapas para regalar a sus amigos y a sus compañeros de clase. Por ello, he añadido unos cuantos diseños de chapas, digamos que infantiles, a las que ya estaba haciendo para un par de tiendas.En el Bilbao Reality Design ya están a la venta unos cuantos packs. En breve os los enseñaré.

So, in a week Princess Marmalade will turn seven. She's asked me to make some pins to give to her friends and her classmates. That's why I've added up some children designs to the ones I was making for a couple of shops. You can see some of these packs for sell at the Bilbao Reality Design. I'll post them soon.


Today's music:
Bobby Womack

13 comments:

Fruenswerk said...

Coool ;) U got so many things going on/ stones exibition/guitargirls...and and and ...great...I´m behind with everything...shit...:))) big hugs

marie-louise said...

It look fun!

su said...

Que chulas! ¿también haces serigrafía?

anne said...

I'm ready to buy some! I would love to wear your work on my jacket.

Jeannette said...

Lucky friends of the princess Marmelade! You are a woman of many talents!

Anairam said...

Great little pins! But ouch, your fingers must get sore after a while? PS Good luck with the exhibition! I really like how you've framed your pictures.

aimee said...

i love this sight of you, hard at work in your button factory. every once in a while i find making the same thing over and over very hypnotic and therapeutic, do you?

your mermelada and my artsygirl are very close in age - i have a soon-to-be seven year old (in one month)...

lisa s said...

those look so great!
where are you?
all those silkscreens??

congrats on your opening!!!! :)

Esti said...

thanks for all your well wishes girls. You are really kind and supportive.

aimee, yes I find it's therapeutic to do things on repeat sometimes. It lets my mind wander in a very interesting way. On the other hand, who knows, maybe one day our girls will meet. I'm teaching mermelada some English...

lisa, this is where I go to make my screenprinting, my buttons, etc. It's friend's workshop. Those silkscreens are his (mainly for t-shirts and posters), although there must be a couple of mine among them too :)

la ninja said...

fab place you have there (just read it was your friend's workshop)

mermeladita is a very lucky girl, isn't she? happy early b-day to her! :)

when skies are grey said...

This looks so fun, I just learned how to do it myself.
A great idea to make some for your little one too :)

PROVINS said...

Looks like a nice little factory :-)

hanna-happenings said...

You are a weaver of Time.