Exhibition at Worcester Arts Workshop

I’m excited about this. No sooner had I added this to my goal list for the year then I got a call from Worcester Arts Workshop letting me know they had a free space. It’s been an intense few weeks of preparations, creating new pieces and updating some old ones, but I’m pretty much ready … Continued

Some stuff that happened – part twelve

Regular readers will have noticed that it’s been quiet around here lately. The last few months have been pretty hectic with a great deal of change and I just haven’t had the time to keep posting as regular as I normally like to. I’ve yet again not taken my camera out as much as I … Continued

The original is the best. Right?

A couple of weeks ago I came across the Daybees online exhibition of movie posters that never were. It interested me greatly from a design point of view, and also because at the time I had the good fortune of designing two posters myself for a couple of excellent short films. With regards to the … Continued

Take Five with Vincent & Bell

Kicking off the Take Five for 2013 we have a Take Five first. Not one but two sets of answers from the always excellent design agency Vincent & Bell. As there’s more text we’ve also doubled up on pictures, so a whole feast awaits you. You lucky things. Vincent & Bell are Carlisle’s newest design … Continued

Take Five with Jo Hancox (Sit On My Face)

Jo Hancox is the creator of ‘Sit On My Face‘ – novelty cushions and furniture with a cheeky twist. Each piece features a portrait hand-drawn in a style to create the illusion that it has been sat on. Or if that’s too much for you, her talent for portraits extends to the more traditional. Graduating … Continued

Character Totem homecoming

Yesterday, following Iain’s recommendation we headed over to the Custard Factory to have a nose at the latest exhibition in the Zellig Gallery. The pictures here speak better than words, but the current exhibition is organised by Inky Goodness, supporters of and a great vehicle for the showcasing of new and emerging illustrators and artists. … Continued