It's happened! I've finally managed to wean myself from the safe space of iweb (Yes, it's been discontinued for like two years - I know) and have shifted all the things to a place where they can be properly and regularly updated. So you may hear from me more! Yay! Now if only I can get the fussy domain pointing to work... Gah! Tech tech!
I've put some of the old bloggy bits in the last post in case you are desperately sad and missing them...
At the moment I am working on some promotional bits for a storytelling tour by Giles Abbott. The story is about a very intriguing Victorian gentleman called Richard Francis Burton. It's been a fun project not least because HIS FACE IS AMAZING! Seriously, that moustache!
I am plotting some new illustrated song screen prints. The first two are 'I wanna be yours' and 'There is a light that never goes out'. You can pick up one of your very own by emailing me or by dropping by Studio 73 in Brixton Village...
Bob Dylan's 'Subterranean Homesick Blues' has been suggested for the next one and it might be fun because it's got LOTS of nouns. I do like a good noun.
I'm also plotting a giant print of waves inspired by this amazing Byron poem. He had quite a way with those words.
Anyhoo, that's all for now. Don't want you getting sick of me! Have a peruse of the new site and let me know what you think. And, as always, if you need some drawing, I'd love to hear from you.