ColoringTheWind

Tonbridge, United Kingdom

Coloring The Wind is a small but growing community of creative artists – writers, visual artists, photographers, musicians – combining...

Why should poetry always need to be hidden in books? Why should paintings always be hung on walls? Do there need to be barriers between different art-forms? And where can technology take us with creative collaboration?

Those are the kinds of questions we’re asking at Coloring The Wind … and sometimes we come up with exciting new answers. We’re a publisher hunting talent instead of waiting for it to arrive. We believe in using our art to make a real difference in the real world.

But above all, it’s about producing finely-crafted inspiration that people will love to buy for our RedBubble Gift-Shop– and receive as original, memorable gifts.

Find out more at our Coloring The Wind web-site.

  • Joined: October 2012

Journal

Experimenting with words and design

I’m not sure how popular this is going to be at RedBubble. Glancing through the groups, I see a strict separation between words and images. Generally it’s either poetry or design, but not usually both. Even those who say they love to see words complementing artwork are careful to instruct that the images should be text-free. / I can see their point. Shouldn’t pictures be abl…
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