Tim Sanders, creator of the colorful Shakespearean Insults and 1980s Slang Chart posters, shared some of his sketchbook pages with us on our recent visit to his Seattle, WA studio.
UncommonGoods artist Teri Stratford loves, loves, loves her work. She's super happy in her studio, which "vibrates with spiritual energy;" and making her art gives her "the sheer joy of doing something that just makes me giggle with delight on a regular basis."
Through Studio Tours and interviews, we've gathered quite a few quotes that our artists say inspire them. Take a look at these 12 visual representations of some of the words that our makers keep in mind while they work.
Nothing made Wendy Gold happier as a child than fresh crayons. While her preferred medium has changed, she still feels her best when she's being creative. Now, the world is her canvas--both literally and figuratively. Wendy creates beautiful art from vintage maps.
The New York City subway system is full of interesting works of art—from traditional mosaics, to sculpture, stained glass, and more, giving passengers plenty to see—as long as we’re willing to look.