First color, printed 16 prints yesterday.
Hoping to make an edition of 10.May 16
Printing my first color later today. We will see how it turns out!May 15
3 color riso print! More tests for those wedding invites for my friend!April 23
Some more sketching for the killer whale print.April 16
Making some sketches for a new print I’d like to make soon!April 14
How this vegan printmaker spend her day in Manhattan- and what a day it was.
1. Went by Bowne & Co. and bought a cute little letter pressed card of a red barn. Chatted with some kids there while they were printing.
2. Went to MooShoes and bought some kicks made in Spain and a book by Sue Coe that I’ve been waiting to get!! (SO BEAUTIFUL)
3. Of course, can’t leave the lower east side without some BabyCakes vegan treats. :o)April 12
A set of striking woodcut prints by Anita Sidler, in which animals take revenge on their typical human attackers, prompts us to reconsider our conception of the relationship between humans and animals. Committed to animal rights since her childhood, Anita studied fine arts at Interlochen Arts Academy and earned her BFA from the University of Michigan in 2011. She currently resides and makes prints in Brooklyn.
University of Michigan’s Stamps School of Art and Design (printstamps.tumblr.com) recently posted my work! Thanks Endi!
To see more, please take a gander at:April 11
My prints from the ‘sNice Cafe show are back on Etsy during the month long exhibit!
Stay tuned for information about the next ‘sNice Cafe show I have in July at the Park Slope location.
I have made 10 images of 10 researchers from different departments who test on animals here at the University of Michigan. I believe it is important to share what is really happening behind windowless walls and advocate the use of alternatives to animals. Animals, such as vertebrates (including mice and rats) have a nervous system, just like us, so they can feel it when cut, burned, and electrocuted. Just because we can’t hear their thoughts doesn’t mean their screams mean nothing.
The imagery is animals taking revenge on their typical human attackers. I have used mice, rats, monkeys, pigs, and rabbits for this project. I want to provoke the general public with these images to share my desire to end animal cruelty. The audience will see these images and, I hope, want to learn why I feel this way.April 9
My honey and I were using the Risograph last night to make some tests for these wedding invites we are making for a friend.April 8