Friday, January 14, 2011

Everard's Print Works

I made a short video about using Adobe Ideas for sketching and this is the subject I chose to draw. It's Edward Everard's print works in Bristol. They were designed in about 1900 and feature wonderful tiles illustrating some of Everard's influences - Gutenberg and William Morris. It's a beautiful building sandwiched between some modern attrocities - infact the building was almost demolished in 1967. That really would have been a great shame. Bristol lost much of its architectural heritage in the war but it seems they couldn't stop after either.

The sketch took about 50 mins. I'll add the video as well as soon as Adobe have released it.



2 comments:

squirrell said...

Great stuff, I love Ideas & looking forward to seeing the vid.

Ivan said...

Ton travail est formidable Stefan.... really !
See you in France if you want to come in the west for inspiration.

ivan