Thursday, 25 February 2010

Another Poster

This one was less last minute so i think there is a definite improvement in my poster skills, third times a charm maybe?

Tuesday, 16 February 2010


My last ever crit bumbled into my life on monday.
And for once it was usefull! ill put some feedback in my next post but for now ... bed

A softer world.

A beautiful website to occupy your minds.
some of my favourites ^^^

Friday, 12 February 2010

house arrest

For the last two days ive locked myself in my bedroom with a sketchbook and a pencil and some questionable film choices, some blinders, some terrible. For instance Thank You For Smoking is one of the best films i have ever seen, and got me through three versions of one sketch.
Anyway, as i prepare to go back out into the real world, here are some of what ive been producing.

Thursday, 11 February 2010

larger scale ideas of what i do

Hold my hand and go.

convert or kill

I'm currently watching chronicles of riddick whilst i draw, wouldnt it be lovely to conduct a convince or kill policy about your work? Also how creepy id thandie newton?

Anyway. What is inspiring me currently?

An old set of work from the deautsche borsche winning photographer Paul Graham has certainly caught my eye. It is undeniable that his work is stunning, i first became aware of him as part of a northern ireland exhibition at wolverhampton art gallery, and then a trip to New York which was littered with his work, a shimmer of possibility blinding its way to fame.

Recently however, i've rediscovered some of his older work; End of an Age, which is about everything which is occupying my mind and my work. I think the result of this set of photographs is a statement about age, about being in the no mans land of "young adult" and feeling like an observer in the lack of effect you seem to be able to have on the world. Drinking, smoking, placidly watching, his edge lingering clubbers are haunting and beautiful in an almost distasteful way.