Illustration, Graphic Design & Murals
36″-40″ size exercise hoops $20 – $30 COLLAPSIBLE/Travel $40
4 Instruments toddler dress and rompers $35 ea.
Custom order for local health clinic… Contact for pricing and special ordering
Joe preparing to boil the wax out of fabric of shirts — rinsing stage next and then on to the customer. All machine washable with lasting color & design that is part of the fabric. No screen prints used.
Our “Pinwheel Design” in the boiling process.
Cotton hand-waxed and hand-dyed batik. Created in SE Portland, OR by Sleeping Bee Studio. The shirt hangs outside their new studio and productions space where they use sustainable practices and 165 gallon rain barrel system.
Amazing Quilt project that a client hired us to collaborate on. We completed the panels that then get adorned with beads (used in braille application) all over the country. Sent in elaborately organized mailing by the client to have the community of supportive people all join in on the designing of the piece. The dots (meaningful quotes to the client) on the design will have a bead attached in the configuration that can be read. The return of the panels from their journey will culminate in the fabric going to the quilter. Will do an article on the finished product when we hear more.
Preparing one of the panels for the quilt project.
Joshua Light Show Reunion Special Order – shirts designed for gifts given to the original crew of the light shows at the Fillmore East NYC. More photos on facebook Sleeping Bee Studio
Booth at the 2011 NW String Summit – Yonder Mountain String Band and more. Items available year round in SE Portland, OR.
165 gallon Rain Barrel System off the Studio roof ~ rainwater utilized for batik – ancient process of creating resist designs and dying fabric.
Repair work of the “Creating Community Mural” at SE Cesar Chavez (39th) and SE Division St. Portland, Oregon. Original mural and repairs by Rin Carroll Jackson and many volunteers. Community effort to get the mural on the wall. Blue folks are life size.
Rin by middle section of mural completed by W. Gresham Elementary School Students April 2008. See an article with more details on this blog under murals.
Joanne Oleksiak, Eduardo Fernandez and Rin Carroll Jackson featured in the Sellwood Bee Article by David Ashton. Joanne acted as Project Coordinator, Eduardo was the Lead Painter and Rin served as Site Coordinator for this inception, conception and creation by 8th graders in SE Portland, OR.
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