Friday, March 18, 2011
Woah, no posts for so long, then 2 in one day, maybe more...wait and see. I've decided to unload a few of my Gocco printers and some supplies. I'm doing some spring cleaning around the house and trying to destash. I bought these printers to be able to hold classes on Gocco, but the cost of supplies is too cost prohibitive for classes so they're up for grabs with more to be added soon.
Finally, an update! This beautiful bison print by hellojenuine has been added to the Save Gocco home page. I think it's just super. How much is it you ask? Well, it's 13 bucks, just for you.
Monday, April 26, 2010
Folks, the countdown is on. There are exactly 13 days until it's time to celebrate your mama. I've selected my favorite Gocco'd mom's day cards in plenty of time for ordering, filling out, enveloping, stamping and mailing. Look at all you're willing to do for that special lady!
From top left to bottom right:
1) Mum Sweet Mum Card, $3.50 KatyDid Paper Goods
2) Diving Gal Mother's Day Card, $3.50, Sucker Punch Press
3) Deer and Fawn Mother's Day Card, $3.00, Cabin
4) Humpback Whales Card, $3.50, Little Bunny
5) Team Mum Greeting Card, $3.50, KatyDid Paper Goods
6) I Heart Jewish Mothers, 3 Pounds, Schmuttergold
7) Robin's Egg Card, $5.00, Papermichelle
8) Nobody Does Chicken Soup Better, 3 Pounds, Schmuttergold
9) Love You Card, $5.00, Papermichelle
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
Dee Beale is one of my favorite Gocco artists around. Here's some brand new prints she's added to her shop for spring. I'm really loving the foxes these days, how about you?
Sunday, March 14, 2010
Verity Keniger of Uhohdeer is the artist behind this interesting print titled "Oh Deer". Read all about her on savegocco.com.
So, I've got some empty spots to fill up in the studio and I'll be accepting submissions on scholarship, which is a fancy way of saying it's free! Did you know that the studio was the jumping-off point for the entire Art Wall site? I wanted a nice way to showcase my favorite finds for Save Gocco-- a way to promote other artist's work using Gocco with no kick-backs or anything more than maybe simply a thank-you. For that reason, it feels only right to keep that room as simply promotional and gratis. So there you go, submit away. There's one condition, your work has to be Gocco'd and it has to be good, get it?
Wednesday, February 24, 2010
Amy Rice is one of my favorite artists, Gocco or not. I've featured her work before on SG here. Hailing out of Minnesota, her body of work has a very cohesive and specific look, feel and color palette. She uses found objects and ephemera in lieu of traditional canvas and paper, and she often includes Gocco in her process, as in the two pieces above. Amy doesn't have her own online shop, but some of her pieces are available for purchase through Artstream Gallery and ArtStar Gallery. She also has a slew of eye-candy in her flickr account. Enjoy!