Saturday, December 13, 2008
Brochures with my logo design.
Hey HK friends! I have a little article in this week's issue of U-Magazine, in a special feature section about "A Taste of France", the annual French Christmas Fair hosted by Sopexa at Lee Gardens 1. My art exhibition is in the lobby space of the Manulife Building in Causeway Bay and will be up until December 31. Stop by if you have a chance - or pick up a copy of the mag !
As for that article - anyone want to translate? :)
Friday, December 12, 2008
BIG Thanks to GalleriFOUR for the great launch party Wednesday evening and another excellent issue of their magazine. It just keeps getting better - can't wait for number FIVE!
I had a piece in the "Classy Dirty" exhibition, which you can also view above, and you can also check the wall I painted as part of the "Yumlart" feature in the mag. Stay tuned for more Galleri!
Monday, December 8, 2008
I recently worked with Sopexa, a French food and wine importer on their first "Food and Art Exhibition" at Lee Gardens 1 in Causeway Bay. Did a bunch of French-food-inspired illos! Mmmmm... croissants! baugettes! saucisson! fromage! Makes me want to go to Paris, NOW.
Hope you can all stop by and check it out! The exhibition runs from Dec. 1 - 31, with the opening reception for the French Christmas Fair next Saturday, December 13, 12:30-1:00PM. I'm sure they will have lots of French goodies for you to try. The French Christmas Fair will run also run throughout the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 13-14.
Oh, and will try to post the digital pieces soon, as the exhibition pics have a few window glares & such...
Monday, December 1, 2008
Cardboard art decor / hangy things/ alternative Christmas decorations for sale! Each piece is hand-painted on found cardboard, and strung with black and white patterned ribbon through rivet hole. Prices range from HK$110 - $130.
Sunday, November 30, 2008
Christmas is coming soon! Y'all know you want some hand-painted art! - Prices range from HK$130 - $200.
Please contact me or Kanch at L'Atelier de Kanch if interested.
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
A couple new illustrations for a presentation at work. For some reason, my Photoshop pieces always come out the same - wish I could mature them a bit...
Anyways, the first image represents a figure trying to balance the problems associated with overdependence on technology - or "nature-deficit-disorder", and the second one illustrates how a teacher challenges students to think more critically. A bit of intellectual subject matter, but hopefully the artwork will make it easier for presentation viewers to grasp the concept!
Posted by Emily Eldridge
Labels: Photoshop Illustrations
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Oops! This DOES have a pin attached in the finished piece.
And so does this one.
Hey guys! I still have a few more of these left - please contact me if interested, or visit Kanchan Couture at L'Atelier de Kanch, Room 2C, 108-110 Wellington Street, Central, Hong Kong.
The pieces will be on display there for a few more days for our "Faces of Fashion" exhibition!