Visual Disobedience Launch

My little patch

Well the Indie Art Sale launch seems to have gone really well.

Enthu Cutlet is a surprisingly popular print. Yet my beloved Rape Rick frightens off my buyers. Tsk tsk.

According to inside source, Rape Rick provoked one of 3 reactions: Laughter, Shock, or Not even the blink of an eye.

Motel selling was a little surprising to me. I don’t know why. It’s a quiet drawing I’ve always thought, compared to the other louder ones.

Thanks to anyone who went and bought my prints. Shame I wasn’t there. But I did enjoy looking through the launch photos, via the Visual Disobedience website.

My little patch.
My little patch.
Lovely gallery space. My prints are rather on the small size. But now that I've found a printer at last my problems are solved.
Lovely gallery space. My prints are rather on the small size. But now that I’ve found a printer at last my problems are solved.
Panorama of the gallery space inside
Panorama of the gallery space inside
Enthu Cutlet & Gola
Enthu Cutlet & Gola

Published by Janine Shroff

Designer & Illustrator based in London. I specialise in UI/UX, branding, hand-drawn illustration & painting.

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