Ariel Wilson is a freelance illustrator and designer based out of Long Beach, California. When she’s not working on illustrations or paintings, she spends her time at a group home in Murrieta, California, where she paints murals, redesigns rooms, and runs art group with the residents. Ariel was drawn to the bucket series project because she loves using images and icons to tell a story or illustrate an idea, and loves to travel. Being able to collaborate with someone like Kiersten, who is from her hometown and who she respects and admires was icing on the cake!
Kiersten Rich (The Blonde Abroad) is an award-winning solo female travel & lifestyle blog featuring travel tips, fashion, festivals and photography from around the world.
- Each piece is numbered, signed, and limited to 100.
- Letterpressing goes back to the 1440 Gutenberg Bible and is still considered one of the finest methods to create printed works.
- Polymer plates are created from the original artwork using a European plate processor and pressed using the exquisite Heidelberg SBB Letterpress printing by Boxcar Press in New York adds even more beauty and value. An additional plate is required for different colors and pressed separately.
- Printed on Crane’s Lettra, 100% cotton paper, made in the USA using green printing methods, by using low-VOC inks and solvents, printing on tree-free papers, and recycling everything.
- Frame not included.