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    Stacey Rozich: La Medusa (detail)

Stacey Rozich is back with reams of beautiful watercolour updates

Posted by James Cartwright,

We’ve heard nothing from Stacey Rozich since the middle of 2011 save for that mammoth collaboration with Sean Pecknold on Fleet Foxes’ exceptional The Shrine/An Argument. So where’s she been hiding all this time? In a forest populated by mystical beasts adorned with ornate head-dresses? Hanging loose with skateboarding alligators? Waltzing with a gun-toting ghost? No, none of these things; she’s been slaving away at a desk somewhere in Seattle making exuberant, vivid illustrations that feel like dream sequences in the finest Haruki Murakami narratives. In between all this drawing, she’s found just enough time to get a new website up and running ,where you can revel in the products of her skilful, practised hands.

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    Stacey Rozich: A Day at the Parade

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    Stacey Rozich: The Day Done Come

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    Stacey Rozich: The Last Temptation of Julius

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    Stacey Rozich: Fun Times For Your Birthday

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    Stacey Rozich: Earthly Delights

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    Stacey Rozich: La Medusa

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    Stacey Rozich: The Curious Mystery “We Creeling”

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    Stacey Rozich: Buffalo Walker


Posted by James Cartwright

James started out as an intern in 2011 and is now one of our two editors. He oversees Printed Pages magazine and content wise has a special interest in graphic design and illustration. He also runs our online shop Company of Parrots and is a regular on our Studio Audience podcast.