Category: illustration

You’re sure you left it right here, right where you’d never remember look.
And you know you’d never look back here, right?

I’ve taken two weeks off to prepare for the exhibition and I’m pushing the last stretch. Four days left of full-time creativity and I’m loving it! I receive frequent, feline inspections for quality-control. The pencils smell fine, it seems.

February was my sister’s birthday. I wanted to make something special for her and felt inspired by one of David Hick’s ceramic pieces, thinking it would make a beautiful necklace. As I translated his piece into small Fimo beads, I realised this didn’t represent my sister much, and set out to make another piece that […]

I was under the influence of Lippstueck’s dreamy voice and jayrope’s random percussions  and sound loops when I drew the cover for Air Cushion Finish‘s latest release, lilli. ACF is best consumed live, if you can get your hands on a fresh set of this evasive duo. They have also teamed up with Gatis Silde on […]

How can you tell a story through sounds? How can you make it fun and engaging to tell? How do you allow a reader some freedom without losing him? Click here to see the making of this letterpress-printed sound story…

Here is what we’ve done with the Yeti, send us photos of your crafts at info(a)flamingoknees.com To make a Yeti, print page 2 of SQUISH playbook, which you can view by clicking here. TIP: if you want your yeti to last longer, press the leaves in an old phonebook for a week before using them.

[slideshow] So, the first issue of SQUISH is out! The best thing about it is that it is entirely FREE to download, click here to open then save the pdf: SQUISH_01_November2011 It contains colouring pages, templates for paper lanterns, how to make a bird marionette and more… I recommend printing it out on thicker paper, (160 gsm […]

Ok, so I admit I love onomatopoeia. And it’s no surprise that I’ve chosen to go with “SQUISH” as the title for my next venture, a small crafts/activity booklet for kids. I’m having so much fun making it. I have been playing around with logo ideas today.    

Here are the illustrations I did for Culture en Herbe music festival in situ, as part of a giant outdoor exhibition they had at the Arenes de Cimiez in Nice, France. photo courtesy of Marco Hugenin