anna brones

writer + artist + activist

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Handprinted Notebooks

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Making art feels good, and so does opening up a blank notebook, which is why I have added handprinted notebooks to the Comestible store.

It is a print of the Comestible logo, to inspire ponderings on food, recipe ideas, notes from your foraging adventures or sketches of nature. The notebooks are from the lovely company Scout Books, 100% recycled paper and bound with black staples.

If you love notebooks and supporting independent artists, hop on over and buy one!

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Written by Anna Brones

October 7, 2016 at 14:22

Printmaking: Winter Trees and Rosehips

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I made a commitment to set aside more time to being creative (read: spend time away from the computer) in 2010 and so far, so good. Result? First prints of the New Year!

I was inspired by wintry flora, which turned into a tree series as well as a rosehip print.

Both of the prints were carved onto simple erasers and then printed onto white and brown paper. Need some printing inspiration? Check out the fantastic book Printing by Hand by Lena Corwin.

Written by Anna Brones

January 5, 2010 at 18:49