We start the week with illustrator Linda Olliver from Baltimore, MD. While Olliver illustrates mostly in traditional media, her personal work in polymer clay communicates strong messages with wry, ironic imagery and tone.

Thanks to Susan Rose for starting out our week with a link to make us think.

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  • reply Lori G. ,

    I love this. I wish I were that clever! Pick me indeed.

    • reply Kristy ,

      I would die for a tutorial on how to make this. It’s shear genius!

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