My recent trawling of the internet has led me to discover the delightful work of illustrator George Mellor AKA Sister Arrow. My heart feels so happy at the sight of her joyful use of colour and beautifully executed prints. Wowowow, I am in awe!! This makes me want to explore doing some more Riso prints of my own in the future..
You walk out of the Arrow Cave, focused on the papers in front of you. Unbeknownst to you Cisco, a friend of your brothers, was watching you leave. His eyes traveling up your legs as you sway side to side, and a smile tugs at the corners of his mouth.
OLIVER: Don’t even think about it
Cisco snaps his head up, stunned at the sudden gruff and mildly terrifyng voice.
CISCO: Think-I wasn’t-what do you mean?
Oliver shoots Cisco a glare. One he’s mastered through years of being a the older brother of a hot sister. One that puts more than fear in the hearts of men.
CISCO: So stay away, is what you’re saying. Got it.
And despite him saying this, no one in the room really believed him.
Risograph printing photos causes a wonderful graininess thanks to the imperfections of the technique. Sister Arrow’s riso'ed prints, made for her current solo show, Peace Prong, at Beach, are fantastically colourful and trippy examples of this. Here are some details, check them out here.