Shuen-git rl 周旋捷; Swann Jie sl/, 2011:
N°2 好奇藝術::舊+新 Kunstkammer :: Old+New & Film Reviews
N°3 Digital Guqin Museum 數碼古琴互動藝術研究創作室
HandScroll Guqin; HuaKui cubes;
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Who said adults
can’t use coloring books? Johanna Basford, a talented illustrator and
artists in the UK, has created a series of coloring books that have
become wildly popular, selling more than a million copies.
Basford’s beautiful books, which can be found on Amazon,
are full of beautiful illustrations of fairytale forests and beasts.
She told Dailymail that she had been inspired by her childhood visits to
her grandparents’ home on the Isle of Arran in Ayrshire in
“Every piece I create starts life as
a simple pencil sketch, evolving into a rambling pen and ink drawing
usually spanning several sheets of paper. I love the tactile nature of
the materials I use and the joy of smudgy fingerprints,” she writes on her website. “For
me, computer generated graphics can feel cold and soulless whereas hand
drawing captures a sense of energy and character which no pixel can