Hi, excited to be part of the HOWL group exhibition in Dalston, London, from the 3rd – 6th December.
Details are below and more information and a chance to check out the other great illustrators I’m sharing wall space with cane be found here: www.howlprojects.com
Just finished this guy a few days ago, he’ll be making into the exhibition along with some new artworks I’ve been working on of late.
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Been a little quiet on with updates due to moving into an amazing new studio space at the Krowji arts campus, Redruth, Cornwall. Have been working on a few private commissions of late but can’t wait to get down to painting more personal works intended for future exhibitions, prints and also beginning to artwork on the next book.
Please take some time to check out Krowji at their website: here, or their Facebook page: here
So excited to be part of joint exhibition by Howl Projects in Berlin next week at the SomoS gallery. Running from June 23rd – 28th 2015.
Below is one of the new images that will be exhibited. There are also limited edition ‘Ghost Fish’ t-shirts available from the Howl website.
Here are also two in process images from the same series of the above shrouded figure, that i’ve been working on, unfortunately due to time these won’t be making it into the exhibition but when finished will be available as prints.
Just received the printed cards I illustrated for ‘The Labs’ ‘Slow Brew Club’. The brief focussed on moments in human endeavour and achievement in which that person had taken a break to enjoy the slow brew qualities of a damn fine cup of coffee. So we have Antarctic explorer Ernest Shackleton, the first woman aviator to fly across the Atlantic Amelia Earhart, Neil Armstrong taking his first steps on the moon and Mary Shelley author of Frankenstein.
Almost a year since ‘The Bone Yard Ballet’ waltzed off the press, time has sped by so fast, so just spent the day printing, cutting and sticking the next book into it’s first, rough, but physical form. It’s very exciting to see it finally start coming together.
Back from a great weekend at the Islington Design Fair, and picked up these this morning. Limited edition of 200, printed on quality cotton and available here at the Sawhorse Books Big Cartel Shop. Couple of weekends left until this years 22 Panels Show in Falmouth, Cornwall, more details on that very soon!
Just putting pencils on pause while I nip to London town to hang images in the Islington photography, printmaking and illustration exhibition. Details can be found in the previous post. I’ll be updating with pictures from the forth coming weekend soon as i get back. On return i’ll also be finishing this image off for another forthcoming exhibition of which details i’ll post soon, along with picking up a new limited run of tote bags.
The Sawhorse Books shop is now back up and running and i am able to ship orders once again. I am however in the process of taking down the on site shop and for the time being will be using the Sawhorse Big Cartel page as a primary store. At present only ‘The Bone Yard Ballet’ book is available through the shop, over the next few weeks i will be updating with new prints and some added merch. Please click here to be taken to the on line store
Over the second weekend of October i will be exhibiting work at The Islington Contemporary Art & Design Fair in London. This is the 10th anniversary of the show that will be running weekends throughout Ocotober. The Photography, Printmaking and Illustration shows being the Saturday the 11th to Sunday the 12th, with the private view being held on Friday 10th october. If you’re in the London area it’ll be a great show! Please click here for more details.
A couple of weeks after that on the 24th-26th of October will be the 22 Panels Comic Art Show in Falmouth, Cornwall. This years set to really build on the great weekend in 2013. Please check out details on their tumblr page here.
And not too long after that….it’s Halloween
Just a note to say the Sawhorse online shop(s) will not be shipping any books or prints until the 21st of September while we have some work done around the homestead. At the moment I’m working away on a few images to be be produced as a set of prints to coincide with the 22 Panels comic/illustration convention in Falmouth, Cornwall toward the end of October. A little rough sketch of one of the images below.