Peach Tao and Tanya Yeremeyeva

Un-commissioned | Professional

Why did you make this work:
This woodcut print mixed lettering and images of a quote from Virginia Woolf's "Mrs. Dalloway" aims to portray the complexity of the character's subconscious fear of everyday life, collaboration between Peach Tao and Tanya Yeremeyeva.

How was the illustration used:
Gallery exhibitions.

How did you make this work:
It's a large scale woodcut print. The block is 24 inches x 42 inches. Edition of 3 on Japanese rice paper. The lettering is designed by Tanya Yeremeyeva while the rest of the images were drawn by Peach Tao. Both artists carved and printed the woodblock.

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Peach Tao is a Beijing-born illustrator, printmaking artist, muralist and art educator currently based in NYC. She loves creating whimsical images based on her spontaneous adventures across the globe. Tanya Yeremeyeva is a Ukrainian motion graphics and lettering designer, currently working in NYC.