I Thought About It in My Head and I Felt It in My Heart but I Made It with My Hands
Written by Rob Ryan, Foreword by Jeb Loy Nichols
Rob Ryan is a star of the London arts and crafts scene whose work has succeeded thus far both as fine artwork and as commercial art, design and decoration. His work is irresistibly bright and colorful, and will find universal appeal as a gift book. He will also find an audience in art and design categories, where his artwork is appreciated alongside illustrators like Jean-Philippe Delhomme or Jean Julien, and his commercial work is aligned with such colorful names as Paul Smith, Lulu Guinness, and Liberty of London.
The first monograph celebrating the jubilant and romantic artwork of the beloved East London paper-cut artist Rob Ryan.
About The Author
Rob Ryan is an artist, illustrator, and designer living in London. He specializes in papercut artwork, using bold colors and delicate hand- and laser-cuts to create fragile vignettes. He has collaborated with big names in the worlds of art and design, from Paul Smith to Liberty's of London, and his work has been exhibited in the V&A and Yorkshire Sculpture Park among others. He is the author or illustrator of several books and calendars.