Communicating with clay

Perrin's polymer illustration for the Fabulous Reggae Dogs

Polymer illustrators like Sylvie Perrin communicate cleverly with their clay art. These distressed fish looked particularly topical even though she made the illustration for a children’s series last year.

Checking her site and her blog from time to time is like a crash course in politics, pop culture and current events.

Second Look

One of yesterday’s commenters pointed out a slideshow about Joyce Fritz and her workspace that I had overlooked yesterday. It’s worth a second look here. Thanks Sylvia.

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