haypeep.bigcartel.com, one of the items in my store at my thesis show… now available online. Screenprinted! Product photographs by Jacob Koestler.
adam case leestma: just paper and ink and everything in between
Collaborative ceramic whoopee cushion by Brett Kern (ceramic artist) and Sage Perrott (aka haypeep, printmaker). Click the image to check out Brett’s etsy site, where among many many other things, you can purchase a ceramic whoopee cushion!
“Three Bridges” installation in progress today at #SGCI2013 — Collaboration between the Ohio University, Northern Illinois University, and University of Tennessee - Knoxville printmaking programs.
Reception this Friday from 1-4pm @ MIAD, bottom floor.
Congrats guys, make us proud!
In response to the question of what kind of tools I use:
Row 1: Rotring 500 .5 mm mechanical pencil, various Faber-Castell Pitt pens, #11 X-acto, eraser, and a modified wire cup brush attached to a handle (for pulling out grain texture in the wood).
Row 2: Various Dockyard Micro tools, the ones I use the most are the 1.5 mm V and U gouges, the rest are U gouges and one skew chisel. At the end (red handle) is a 25 line E.C. Lyons scratch board tool, that can be used for pulling with the grain to produce parallel lines.
Row 3: Three of those fancy McClain’s tools, 3 mm V, 3 mm U, and a 1.5 mm U gouges. A middle grade Japanese 2 mm V gouge (also from McClain’s. Three Lee Valley (or “Powergrip”) tools 2 mm U gouge, 6 mm U gouge, and a flat chisel. Last is a # 9 sweep “Denny” tool that I use for clearing.
I tend to use the Dockyard micro tools the most, but when my hand begins to get cramped from using the same tool I like being able to switch to a different brand tool. Hope that helps!