Monday, July 23, 2012

A lot of late business

There’s a whole heap of things that I’ve been putting off posting for ages – what can I say, I’m a disaster – so now you’re going to get them all at once in a giant messy blast of updates.

FIRST OF ALL, I was really happy to take part in the first Haecceity exhibition with six talented artists! It was a lot of fun, and I’m enormously grateful to Cara Tobe and the other organisers, who all did an amazing job.

Photo: Marie Leskimo

And here’s the ex libris-style flyer that I designed to advertise the show.

The artwork displayed at the show is still available to buy. Contact the organisers if you’re interested.

SECONDLY, I’ve been sitting on this for months, but I was delighted to be featured on the front page of the James Joyce Literary Supplement. I love that they picked a newspaper-y one, too.

THIRDLY, the lovely people at the Library as Incubator Project were kind enough to run a feature on my work on their website. If you’re not familiar with the project, you should really take a look. It’s a fascinating idea to encourage libraries to develop into spaces to help artists work, study and collaborate.  They’re brilliant, inspiring people, so please please check them out.

Did I forget anything? The answer is almost certainly yes.

Thursday, July 19, 2012

Page 86: an eye, ear, nose and throat witness

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Page 85: a child of Maam

Monday, July 9, 2012

Exhibition Friday

I’m taking part in a Haecceity Project exhibition this weekend at the Nouvel Organon gallery in Paris. Yes, obviously you should come! There’s booze and everything. I spent the weekend preparing by making super-high definition versions of some of the early pages. Completely unnecessarily, as it turned out. But still. Maybe I'll put them on my Society6 store. I know someone out there is looking for a metre-wide Finnegans Wake illustration.

Sunday, July 1, 2012

Page 83: heart alive!