Monday, November 18, 2013
Thursday, March 21, 2013
I'm taking a really fun class in children's books, something I've always wanted to work on.
One of our recent assignments was to do an illustration of the tale of the little hen. The story goes: the little hen wants to make bread and her lazy friends won't help at all. When she has the bread ready, they want to help her eat it, and she's all like "F you!" and flies off.
The class is full of awesome, really creative people - and everyone took the tale and changed it a bit or a lot depending on what they were interested in and bam! awesomeness.
Wonderful, totally alternate version of the little hen story by Caroline Hadilaksono: The Great Flood Redux
Friday, March 1, 2013
Monday, February 11, 2013
One, No One and One Hundred Thousand no. 13
Transfer on wood
Two panels, each 8 x 10 in, 2012.
No. 13 just found a home through Artsicle!
Artsicle is a wonderful art tech start-up that lets you try original art before you buy! If you had thought before about wanting to own original art but not being sure where to start, Artsicle might be your answer. You can hang something beautiful in your home, if you like it, keep it, if not, send it back and try another!
I have a bunch more works at Artiscle right now, see them here: http://www.artsicle.com/artists/Joana-Ricou/collection
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Monday, January 7, 2013
I am a bit anxious for my future self of this coming Wednesday who is expecting 400 kg of gravel for a new installation. In preparation for One, No One and One Hundred Thousand Lisbon Edition, opening next Tuesday!