I've been an admirer of Camilla Engman's work for some time, especially her drawings and painting that often feature strange looking people in even stranger looking forests. I read her blog and enjoy posts about her dog Morran and her daily life in Gothenburg, Sweden.
I stumbled across The Suitcase Series on her blog. It looks like the first of a collection of books published by Uppercase that focus on different artists from around the world. You can buy it here. It's one of the most creatively inspiring books I've read in ages. It arrived with lots of extra goodies, too; postcards and a print and a small booklet all about Morran.
The book kicks off with a chapter on Camilla's childhood but goes on to delves into her art, why she creates, her inspirations and attitude towards 'making'. I've been carrying around for ages and each time I get the chance, I dip into it and feel a little creative charge that makes me think...it's time I got some making done myself.
Oh, can you spot one of Loobylu's creations up there on the shelf?
Some Books I've Really Enjoyed
- ► 2012 (10)
- ► 2011 (16)
- ▼ 2010 (35)
- ► 2009 (72)
- ► 2008 (97)
- ► 2007 (65)
- ► 2006 (95)