Blog by Artist David Esslemont about design, illustration, printmaking, bookbinding, and publishing – for everyone interested in books and creativity.
Tuesday, February 23, 2010
Working on a smaller scale – approximately 200 x 150 mm (8 x 6 inches), the actual size of the detail above is 63 x 38 mm (2.5 x 1.5 inches).
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As someone with an interest in synesthesia, I'm intrigued by this project. I look forward to seeing more as you develop it. The pictures are fascinating.ReplyDelete
Thank you P C, there will be more . . .ReplyDelete