Wednesday, 30 June 2010

2011 diary project

Diary project1 EWian
Work in progress

Some of you may remember the 2010 diary project, well there is a 2011 diary project this year.

If you have not reserved your spot do so at http://www.fantazya.ca/diary2011.html
This fantastic project run by the Lucy, where artists and designers around the world create one diary page each. Each person signs up for a different day / page, designs it in black and white. There is 208 pages, with 397 different designs in total. You have date pages, address pages, notes pages, months page, introduction page, and year pages. All put together to a great, inspiring and delightful piece of work. The 2011 diary/almanac comes in both a book for and on a CD. You'll be able to see your own piece of work along with many others - it's a great way to show off what you can do and see what others are doing too! There are spots still available so if you want to join, head over to http://www.fantazya.ca/diary2011.html and reserve your page. To design a page you need to have a web space from where you sell or promote your art, personal website, personal blog, Etsy, Flickr, etc. Participation is free.

Diary project2 EWian
Sketch and finished page
Here is what I made. It is based on a stamp I carved. I scanned it and traced it, voalà a page.

I am so excited to see how the pages are filled! I know there is a lot of creative people out! AND some of you read this blog :) it would be fun if you joined!



Diary

6 comments:

slommler said...

I did a page as well and got it in on time. She had to make some minor adjustments but it is done. Whew!
Can't wait to see the whole diary!
Love your page!!
Hugs
SueAnn

EWian said...

Yeah, me too looking forward to see it, would love to have a sneak peek of your page...

ArtSnark said...

love your page - really cute!

Karumen said...

your page is very nice! i'd like to make something like this too :)

EWian said...

Thank you both for the compliment and for leaving a comment.

Alyice Edrich said...

I love that stamp. You did a great job. One day I am going to master creating my own stamps. :)