Monday, April 20, 2009

This weekend I worked on an illustration for the Los Angeles Times. I talked to them on Thursday night, and they wanted to see sketches by the next day and a final on Monday. The article was really great. It was in the food section and it was talking about how these days organic and ethnic foods are more accessible to the public. You can walk into any grocery store and buy things from the organic section. So the sketch they went with was a field with rows of vegetables playing off of the idea of grocery isles, with people shopping between them with shopping carts. The design editor was incredibly nice and I really enjoyed working on this project!


Jessica Kelly Willett said...

That's so awesome! The piece turned out really wonderful. I'd love to hear about any other clients you've had!

Tina Sweep said...

Great idea and execution! I love the people and the curve and fade into the background with the square trees.

Daniel Fishel said...

Very Cool!

Sorrentino said...

yay a new illustration!! love the shapes

Coop said...

Hi, I really like your work and hope that this interests you and your readers.

I am attempting to amass a large collection of portraits of Frankenstein's Monster in as many different styles and in as many different media as possible as an ongoing art project. The only stipulation is that the size is 2.5 inches by 3.5 inches (standard artist trading card size) and that each card has name, date, location, title and anything else you care to add on the back.

I welcome cards from both amateur and professional artists.

I will be leaving blank cards with instructions and mailing address in galleries, colleges, art shops, on buses, handing them out in the street and wherever else I can think of.

If you think you can spare the time to produce a little something, please send a portrait to:

A Patchwork Of Flesh
45 Silversea Drive
Westcliff on Sea
United Kingdom

Each card I receive will be uploaded at to produce an on-line gallery, I then hope to put on an exhibition of these cards in a gallery.

Ajumma said...

What a great blog! This painting is wonderful, Arrolynn.

Jen Hersey said...

Wow Arrolynn! Your work is beautiful.