Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Girl and Boy Lino

As I had talked about in one of my previous posts, I had been doing some new personal projects to explore some new mediums for mark making / image creation. Had some fun recently working with lino-cuts.



I painted the background first and then did the print on top. These will be available for the upcoming 'Canzine' event at the Great Hall in Toronto, Canada.

Each print is hand painted and printed. They are all unique and none are the same.

As a little appreciation for the readers of this blog, I will be giving away two of these prints. All you have to do is comment on this post and leave your email address (or a website that leads to your email) and I will choose two random people to send out an email to. It doesn't matter where you live in the world, I will still send you one if you win. :)



17 comments:

Scott Altmann said...

those are really cool Peter -always liked the look of lino prints. Looking forward to seeing you and your art at NYCC!

Anonymous said...

Those are awesome! I did linocut in high school and always wanted to try it again.

Gary

gazzamy(AT)yahoo.ca

JS said...

They looks so pretty and it is such a cute idea to send out your print to your reader.

Heidi Alamanda said...

oooh what a cool cool linocut. I've been wanting to try that, but I need to make time to it:)

alamandasart(at)yahoo(dot)com

justine said...

those are awesome peter! can't wait to see them at canzine. :)

Anonymous said...

These are really great!! Makes me remember of when i was younger..hehe

janny910(at)hotmail.com

JC said...

those lino's look cool.
great site, and thanks for the visit!

Hannah Bacalla said...

Great work as always. :)

http://hannahbacalla.com

hiku said...

Wow, they look really cool! It looks like it must have taken a lot of patience to carve those out...

- Hiku/Ann

(hiku.chan[at]gmail.com)

Carrie Rodriguez said...

wow this is really cool Peter :)

-carrie
carriejorodriguez [@] gmail.com

Laura Braga said...

your blog is really interesting!
My best compliments and thanks for your visit in my blog!
See You soon and good work!

Peppermint-pinwheel said...

Hey, that's a really neat idea :D These look awesome!

Firefly said...

Amazing blog you have here! Consider myself a follower!! =) Thank you so much for your very kind comment on my blog!

Keep up the amazing work and the experiments!
Cheers!!!!

FABIO COBIACO said...

Thanks, Peter, for your comment!
You have great work exposed here, too.
Looking forward to see any news!

All the best!

Fabio

Jade said...

heika@live.ca!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SaraLynn said...

They have such beautiful and sweet expressions. I'm really loving your style.

Ronney A. said...

awesome! so inspiring i heard your nameon a interview by bobby chiu!

is there a place where one can actually buy an original painting or illustration from you?

ronney.aragundi(at)gmail.com