Monday, 25 April 2011


Hometown. A hand drawn map of memories, observations, and shakily remembered geography. This is my piece for 'Home', an exhibition of Kingston illustration students at Little Hall in Lavenham, Suffolk. Organised by Dani , it is on from today until Friday 28th April and is full of lovely things. Thanks and well done to Dani for putting the show together!

I didn't know I had such a fixation with death until I mapped every death I knew into my hometown. It's odd what sticks.

Monday, 18 April 2011

Rachel Hingley

Back in winter I was lamb to the slaughter for Rachel Hingley, my very talented photographer friend. That's me hanging from a tree in the first photo. Rachel takes amazing pictures of quite ordinary people in ordinary settings, but somehow they transform into strange, beautiful and surreal stories. Have a look at her cargo here, it will not disappoint!

Friday, 15 April 2011

We sell vintage port

One of these men is the boss and it wasn't hard to see which one.

Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Wednesday, 6 April 2011

For What It's Worth

One of my etchings, Orchestra of dreams, is going to be auctioned off at For What It's Worth, a pop up exhibition in aid of the arts. The show opens this Thursday at 6pm, at Meanwhile Whitechapel - 3-5 Whitechapel Road, London. It promises to be a good show - Phoebe has a beautiful print of a parade in it - and a good cause too, all money going to the Art Fund charity.

Orchestra of dreams is A2, printed on Somerset paper. Edition of 10, signed and numbered.