Brandi Fitzgerald contributed 75 5″ x 7″ of her art prints.
OCTOBER SAMPLERS START SHIPPING TOMORROW!!!
Every week we have a fun “10 questions” session with some of our contributors to the Indie Craft Sampler. Some serious, but mostly fun questions. Our second installment for our October Sampler Contributors is with Amy from Amy Blue Illustration (to read our other 10 question interviews click here).
1. When did you figure out you could draw really well? When did you realize you could make money drawing?
It’s such a gradual thing. Like most people, I started drawing as a child only difference is, I didn’t stop. And it takes time to develop skills. I look back on my drawings from my early twenties and I want to burn them you know, but at the time, I thought they were good. It’s such a process. I like what I’m working on now but in 10 years I’ll hate it. I just knew from an early age that I wanted to live an artists’ life. What a fool!
And I never thought I would draw Justin Beiber but he just fitted so well into my Top Ten Pseudo Intellectual list!
Well, I’ve had a few in the early noughts with the bootleg(?) fabric pants paired with an equally unflattering belly top. But one embarrassing fashion-esque moment that comes to mind is from when I studied fashion design when I was about 19. It was one of the first classes and we had to go round and introduce ourselves and I said I choose to do fashion design because ‘I have a passion for fashion’. Awful! Needless to say, I only studied it for 6 months. It just wasn’t my area!!
Because its a neon celebrity party!! And because you’ll find hand made, functional and pop culture fuelled illustrated treasures!
Amy contributed 75 varied items from her “Ten Up” collections including list books, sticker packs, acrylic pins, and zines.
So if you have not purchased your October sampler yet buy one now.
See all of Amy’s work here.
TheLittleTalks.com is one of our Canadian contributors who contributed 25 sample packs of her Kaleidoscope Print and Salut Flatcard. The print is 4×4 and features a print of the Cabot Trail in Nova Scotia, Canada, while the Salut Flatcard is 4×6 and comes with a kraft envelope. It features an image from Buffalo, New York, USA.
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If you don’t want to hassle with buying a box each month we now have 3 and 6 month subscriptions if you are paying by Paypal account. They will charge your account every 30 days. Easey Peasey!