I have a bunch of things to share with you!
They come as a set of eight. On the front of each card is an image beautifully colored in.
On the inside is a sweet message along with a colorable version of the outside illustration. So fun! Throw in a pack of colored pencils, and it’s a perfect little happy-making gift!
Leave a comment on this post before April 15th, and I’ll pick three commenters at random to win a pack of cards!
In other news…
- You can share your colored masterpieces! HCI Books has created a website specifically for Inkspirations, including a gallery of colored pages. All you have to do is post your finished pieces on Instagram or Facebook with the hashtag #inkspirations, and you can see your work featured in the gallery! They also created a fun, very short video featuring some of the colored pages they’ve received already.
- So happy to see these great reviews for Inkspirations For Recovery and Inkspirations For Women
In other, other news…
- I read an excellent post, The Internet Is Not Real Life, by artist/illustrator Lisa Congdon. It’s about the curation of ourselves (our lives, our art, our work) for social media consumption. It’s an excellent post, and it’s got me thinking about the tension between our truest, messiest, imperfect selves and the more together, clever, well lit versions of ourselves that we present on social media. I’m sharing because I find this topic infinitely interesting (and sometimes troubling). I’d love to hear your thoughts if you’d like to share them. (Plus, sharing them could win you a set of cards… and now we’ve come full circle.) 😉