Month: October 2011


Happy Halloween from Lilla Rogers Studio!


Mike’s poster for sale

Mike writes:
“I had a few promo posters printed, and some that I’m selling. They’re 3 color, screenprinted on heavy paper from French Paper Company. Buy it here.


Mati & Pier One

Mati writes:

“My lucky ellie painting is on a huge sign in front of the Pier 1 Manhattan store! I wish I could see it in person! I also have a line of gift cards with them right now!”


Hsinping’s poster for a film festival in Chengdu

Hsinping writes:

“Hi, Lilla,
I want to show you this poster I did for a film festival called “From Eyes of Women” in Chengdu, China.
My animation short “Small & deep, Love stories” was screened there. I had the chance to visit there and was so thrilled to see my drawing on the billboard. This festival is hosted by A4 contemporary arts center.
It was a very nice art gallery with great exhibitions.:) ”


poetry feeds

Sarajo writes:

“Lettering. Poetry. Inspiration. For no other reason!
Earlier this year I saw Color Moves: Art & Fashion by Sonia Delaunay at the Cooper Hewitt where I picked up a copy of “Blaise Cendrars Complete Poems.” He and Sonia were friends and she created the abstract for his “The Prose of the Trans-Siberian,” included in the exhibit. It was a fold-out sheet six and a half feet tall, with multiple typefaces in color on the right and the as-yet unknown Sonia’s pochoir abstraction on the left. Cendrars famously constructed myths of his biographical details. His given name wasn’t Blaise Cendrars. It is true that he joins the French Foreign Legion (World War I) and survives attacks in May 1914 where 100,000 are lost in a month. A year later he loses his arm in another battle. After the war, he collaborates variously with Jean Cocteau, Guillame Apollinaire, Erik Satie, and Abel Gance (film), and writes a novel about General Sutter (“Sutter’s Gold”) in 1925. His poetry is fresh and inventive and worth exploring.”


Prima App

From Paper Pile Kitten Blog:
“If you have an iPhone or an iPad, Prima has fun app that is free to download. You can choose a pretty layout and add a photo, which you can distress or turn to b/w or sepia toned if you’d like. Then you can post it to Facebook and Twitter or just e-mail it to a friend. I’ve already downloaded it and tried it out. So much fun! More on Prima’s blog.”


Adolie Day’s new items for La Marelle

Adolie writes:

here some photos of my new products for La Marelle. Necklace, earrings, broches, i-phone case, purse, puzzle, English colouring book ;), pocket mirror, notebook, happy events cards…

A bientôt ;)


Helen’s latest pattern

Entitled “Avian Rainbow”. See more of Helen’s work here.


Marco Marella’s Coasters, Recipe Keeper and Paper Placemats for Orange Circle Studio’s “Giftable Kitchen” line

See more of Marco’s work here.


Recent Release of The Dictionary of Ordinary Extraordinary Animals

Lisa Congdon writes:

“Hi Lilla! I’m so excited to write and let you know that The Dictionary of Ordinary Extraordinary Animals is now in print! As I’m sure you’ll remember, I worked on this book for 9 months last year and into early this year. The book includes 150 of my full color paintings of animals. It was written by Leslie Jonath and Lisa McGuinness and art directed by Sara Gillingham. It was a labor of love for me and I’m so happy to see it in book form! If people are interested, they can purchase the book on Amazon here. I’ve attached a few of my favorite spreads for you to see!”