Tuesday, November 16, 2010


Patterson Clark's day job is working as an artist for The Washington Post, where he specializes in science graphics and natural history illustration. When he gets home to his garden near Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC, Clark rips out invasive plants like English ivy, white mulberry and multiflora rose, brings the plants into his basement studio, and has been perfecting the process for turning the invaders into paper, ink, and art. The current issue of American Craft magazine has more info and images on Clark’s process.

Thanks to Heidi K of Luminous Yolk for the tip!


Anonymous said...

Very cool… thanks.


Joe Moran

Miss Emily said...

i live near rock creak park. Maybe we're neighbors. This IS very cool. I'm going to look for more! thanks.