We’re trilled to be hosting Andie Powers and Emily Gross for a signing of their new book Print, Paint & Ink.
They’ll also be doing some in-person carving of linoleum block stamps.
This special event runs Saturday, September 3rd from 1-3pm.
There will be light snacks.
The 21 projects in Print, Paint & Ink are perfect for anyone interested in learning to make their own stamps, prints, and painted goods (even some embroidery and book binding!).
From the easy and adorable Teeny Tiny Eraser Stamps to the stylish Furoshiki Wrap to the modern and minimalist Nesting Poplar Boxes and so much more, there’s something in here for every skill level.
Other projects in the book include: Scandinavian Mini Blanket, Sketched Salt & Pepper Jars, Japanese Stab Bound Guest Book and much, much more.
Andie Powers and Emily Grosse teamed up in 2009 to create Assemble Gallery & Studio. Located in the Phinney Ridge area of Seattle, the Assemble physical space integrated a gallery, a workshop studio, and a retail shop to host creativity of all kinds. In January of 2013, they migrated the business to a completely online entity. Their mission is to honor craft as modern art, while teaching both traditional and avant-garde crafting techniques to a broader, internet audience. We see Assemble-online as a gallery of inspiration and ideas: a place for people to assemble, make, and do.