2012 Upshur Street Craft Fair

Nh.d was excited to exhibit our work for the second year in a row at the Upshur Street Handmade Art & Craft Fair. This year we had loads of new material, and were asked to design the fair's look and feel, which featured a paper forest and even a Christmas Yeti! We introduced our version of the Christmas pickle (pickles being a studio favorite and all) which was screenprinted and hand-sewn, as well as our selection of other screenprinted media, including prints, postcards, tote bags and our booklet rendition of Aesop's Fables, which is a sneak peek into a larger project that's a work in progress.



I took a letterpress class with a few friends this summer and this is what emerged. For the last project, a reductive block print, I used an illustration I did a few months earlier of spoons in various sizes and shapes.


The Monobloc

One of my closest friends recently gave me a book titled The Infamous Chair. It's a book dedicated to the Monobloc – that ubiquitous white plastic chair that mega brand stores like Target and Wallmart sell year-round.