There is an ease to Natalie Andrewson‘s risograph prints — the shapes and color spill over the white paper in moments of adventure, danger, and excitement. Andrewson composes with the end product in mind, the stenciled cylinder of the risograph machine a key player in her craft.
She keeps a wonderful palette of dream-color, washed out in gorgeous blends of hot pink and banana yellow. In each image, there are character, action, and intent — we have stumbled into the middle of an adventure. Andrewson’s prints are joyful reprieves from the common drag, wordless fairy-tales to be finished within the viewer’s imagination.