Friday, September 25, 2015

The Cottage Industry of One Spook

Getting ready here at Bindlegrim's studio for Halloween Trunk Show 10 in Denver!

Like an old game board, graphic for the 10th annual Halloween art and craft show in Denver.

Although Bindlegrim's art/design objects utilize many processes reminiscent of larger scale production (printing, die-cutting, etc)... there is still the manual assembly (and signing) of these limited-edition Beastie (final product shown here). Somehow after all the time spent creating the art... I conveniently forget about the impending assembly. None of this is made in China. This is, as mentioned perhaps previously, a one-spook operation. Many hours yet to go!

Here are some quick photos of the process of multiples... 

A selection of photos of the vintage-style art production by holiday artist Bindlegrim.

Vintage-style diecuts by Bindlegrim in the studio ready to become honeycomb table decorations.

Vintage-style art and design by holiday artist Bindlegrim utilizes printing and diecut processes.

Work in progress, limited-edition art objects of Halloween kitsch by Bindlegrim.

Shown as works in progress in the studio, parts of future party decorations by holiday artist Bindlegrim.

Vintage-style art by Bindlegrim uses orange and black parts, shown here in the studio, ready to become table decorations.

1 comment:

  1. Wish I could go to the trunk show. Thanks for sharing the process.


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