Here’s a fun little art project you can do with your kids.
Finger paint on plastic and then pull a print off of it.
To do this, spread some finger paint on a flat plastic piece or anything non absorbent. Maybe even your bathroom floor!
Write a simple message on it. Just make sure to write backwards. (You might want to practice that one). The goal is for your finger to remove the paint to create the letters, or other design of your choosing.
Then gently lay a piece of paper on top and rub it with your hands or a spoon all around. Not too hard if of you put letters on or else paint might smooth into the letters.
Then gently pull up the paper starting on one side and slowly pulling straight up.
Share your fun projects with me too!
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Scenes from today’s workshop with @eastcarolinauniv design department. Working on principles of wayfinding. Had a blast with these awesome students. Really smart, talented bunch and super nice to boot. Thanks for having me!
Getting ready for a weekend residency, talk and workshop at @eastcarolinauniv with their design students this weekend. We’ll be exploring the intersection of Illustration and wayfinding and other creative life vignettes.
Excited to get over to the other side of the state for a bit!
I woke up this morning with a busted eyeball, but I think it’s gonna be alright.
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