Thursday, 4 June 2015

NEW BLOG

Hello, I have set up a new blog at this address: http://lindsaygrimeillustration.tumblr.com/
and will no longer be posting on this one.

Bonjour, j'ai créé un nouveau blog à l'adresse suivant: http://lindsaygrimeillustration.tumblr.com/ et désormais je ne posterai plus ici. 

Monday, 26 January 2015

Hannah Arendt

Bonjour et bonne année 2015!
J'ai passé une bonne partie de 2014 à travailler sur un projet de bande dessinée sur la théoricienne politique allemande Hannah Arendt, chez la maison d'édition parisienne Naïve. Ma collaboratrice était la géniale auteure Béatrice Fontanel. Enfin le livre est arrivé et sort en librairie et en vente en ligne le 31 janvier!

Hello and happy new year! I spent a good part of last year working on a graphic novel on the life of german political theorist Hannah Arendt, for parisian publisher Naïve. My collaborator was the lovely author Béatrice Fontanel. At last the book has arrived and is going on sale on the 31st of January in bookshops and online!

Wednesday, 29 January 2014

Kitty's Places


A further piece of work for Jo King's Kitty's diary book project, this time a map showing the houses of Kitty and her extended family and friends.

Monday, 13 January 2014

Le Tigre!











A new specially commissioned cardboard airplane, Le Tigre.

No Culture Icons

Here's an interview with me by groovy art and illustration site No culture Icons!

Saturday, 11 January 2014

Lots of New Work!

After a lengthy pause, it is definitely high time I posted some pictures of what I've been up to! The first three images are a series of drawings depicting moody Parisians in picturesque surroundings and were created for a Christmas show in Carolyn Buck's Market Place Gallery in Buckinghamshire.



Next, the other big project that was taking up my time pre-Christmas is the children's book I'm working on in collaboration with my boyfriend Antoine (the author of the text)... It's all about the existential crisis of a little dog named Basile who can't stop asking himself questions. Waf ou Wouf?, as it's called, is still in the development stages, but here is an initial double spread to tickle your fancy!


Finally, my most recent project has been creating drawings for a new product by London design studio Anythingby... of which more to follow later! Here is a little detail of a sketch from the development stage...



Aside from that, I've been having a bit of a ceramics renaissance, and have been working on quite a few commissions lately (which I won't reveal yet, just in case!) Here's a photo of a recent plate created for Antoine, a fan of the fox and the cat.


A bientôt!


Tuesday, 29 October 2013

Laura's Limitless Larder


My sister writes a blog about baking and cooking for wheat and sugar-allergy sufferers, for which I created this illustration. Take a look for delicious recipes, whether or not you are allergic yourself!

Tuesday, 22 October 2013

FACEBOOK!

You can now follow me on Facebook!

Thursday, 17 October 2013

Etsy Boutique


I have put some of the birds from this weekend's Portes Ouvertes show on my Etsy shop, alongside cards and new jewellery!


Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Monday, 7 October 2013

Portes Ouvertes des Ateliers d'Artistes à Montreuil


Bonjour! Le weekend prochain je vais exposer et mettre en ventre des bijoux, des assiettes, des cartes de voeux et des oiseaux chez Les Femmes à Barbes (a.k.a Sabine Puche), qui m'a très gentiment invité de la rejoindre dans son atelier à Montreuil. Voir le flyer en dessous pour tous les détails. 
Une centaine d'ateliers dans le coin vont être ouverts pour visiter, il est donc vraiment le moment de découvrir la vie artistique de la ville de Montreuil!


Tuesday, 3 September 2013

VOTING TIME!

http://lillarogers.com/gts-2013-round-2/ Click on this link to vote for my tote bag in the Lilla Rogers Illustration compétition. Go go go! Thanks a lot!

Wednesday, 21 August 2013

T-Shirt Designs


                                         






















I recently found a decent site for producing t-shirts online (Spreadshirt) and created this mad mask/eyes/diamonds drawing which I got printed on a lovely blue t-shirt for my boyfriend's birthday. I was satisfied with the result so decided to get one made for myself! See below... Both designs I drew directly onto Photoshop via my graphics tablet, which gives a loose, un-laboured look. Fun!




Lila Rogers Talent Search Round 2


Hello! Here is my submission for Round 2 of the Lila Rogers competition. An autumnal goddess... I hope you like it!  When the public votes opens (2nd of September) I will update with a link.

Friday, 2 August 2013

Etsy Shop!

My Etsy shop has been resurrected... Take a look! Cards will be added when I return to Paris in September!
Ma boutique Etsy est activé!


Thursday, 1 August 2013

Lilla Rogers Global Talent Search


I am pleased to have made it through to the second round of the Lilla Rogers Global Talent Search – an exciting illustration competition in which participants compete for two years of representation with the Lilla Rogers illustration agency, as well as some ready-made top jobs with the likes of Paperchase... 
Above is my entry for Round 1... I am now beginning work on my Round two entry (an illustrated tote bag) which will be entered into an online public vote between the 2nd and 9th of September...(I will post a link later!)



Tuesday, 16 July 2013

Tuesday, 2 July 2013

Kitty's Diary


























A while ago I was asked by website designer Jo King to work on a rather special book project, a compilation of the extensive diaries kept by Kitty, a distant relative. These fascinating journals kept throughout Kitty's childhood and adolescence, packed with charming drawings and witty entries, vividly bring to life the small borders town where she lived at the turn of the century. Jo commissioned this family tree, intended to appear at the front of a future publication of the diaries.

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? Or is it a flying dinosaur? The Steading Exhibition







Last week I returned to Paris after a trip back to Scotland to see my family. This was no ordinary occasion however, as I had timed my visit to coincide with the exhibition my parents were putting on in their home, a kind of open studio/open house affair lasting ten days. There were many invited artists, with work spanning painting, jewellery, kinetic sculpture, video, ceramics, textiles and furniture design. As I was rather constrained by the stingy Ryanair baggage allowance, I decided that what was required were some lightweight, flat packable pieces, and I had the brainwave of making this collection of birds, planes and one lonely pterodactyl from stiff grey board, decorated with acryllic. Each piece can be slotted together - no glue required! I created a little installation above the kitchen table, hanging each piece with invisible thread.

The birds hanging above a table laden with posh canapés!
 
Display of my ceramic jewellery

 Photos from the exhibition, featuring work by, from l-r, top to bottom: Andrew Walker, Jill Brennan, Paul Grime, Nigel Bridges, Eve Kime, Linda Kinsman-Blake, Claudia de la Peña, Robin Kinsman-Blake.

l-r, top to bottom: Helen Kemp, Sam Wade, Craig Mitchell, Antoine Lizan, display of my cards

 Fantastic ceramic piece by Craig Mitchell

Beautiful kinetic piece by Sam Wade


The exhibition was a great success, with a lively opening and lots of visitors throughout the week! Bravo! 10% of all sales has been donated to Friends of the Earth Scotland.



Monday, 1 July 2013

Little Thing


Back in March I was invited by Honkongese journalist Jas Tang to do an interview in the  Chinese arts and lifestyle magazine Little Thing, which is distributed all over China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Taiwan. The issue in which I appear is a special number all about ceramics, featuring articles on the history of Chinese porcelain, as well as numerous interviews with ceramic makers. I was delighted to be included! The magazine has a very quirky, playful look, and includes this magical pop-up on the first page. Superb. I only wish I could read it!

Wonderful pop-up double spread.

My interview!

Profile of a Parisian boutique

Funky porcelain-themed fashion shoot