Print Sale for December

I got a sale on for the early part of December.
All prints now £3.50 each, and if you order more than one in a single order the shipping for the rest is free!
Signed prints of locations from around the Bristol area.
Support my humble artistic endeavours whilst simultaneously acquiring top quality gifts for your loved ones.

“One Hour on the 11:30 from Bristol Temple Meads.”

Various horizon lines drawn from the window of the 11:30am to London Paddington, going through Bath Spa, Chippenham, Swindon, Didcot Parkway. September 2014.

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“Not sure if you have tried drawing on a train, most people are too close for you to study without causing a uncomfortable situation and generally stuff is going passed so quickly outside you need a super fast photographic memory to get it in your brain before you can decide how to represent it on the page. So I decided to go for the horizon, because that goes pass slower and if you miss a bit it doesn’t look too weird if you just join on to the continuation.”.

Read more about the trip I took here.

Black and White print on 160gsm uncoated paper. Taken from super high resolution scan. A4.


“Winter Saplings, Leigh Woods.”

Saplings drawn in notebook whilst walking through Leigh Woods, Bristol. Winter 2014.

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Black and White print on 160gsm uncoated paper. Taken from super high resolution scan. A4.


“Melrose Place, Clifton”

Looking out of the window in Clifton, Bristol. Summer 2014

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Originally drawn as part of a daily drawing project, find out more here.

Black and White print on 160gsm uncoated paper. Taken from super high resolution scan. A4.

 

The Comics Journal Review


Having a home holiday and digging around in the files, came across this cutting of when Scenes From The Inside, an anthology comic I was involved with in the ’90’s, got reviewed in the illustrious Comics Journal (kind of a Cahiers du Cinema for picture literature for those unfamiliar).

They talk about my 20 page insert “Kings of the Wild Frontier”, which was a documentation of the final performance piece by Bristol artist, Dan Eastmond.

The Comics Journal had a tough reputation, so being reviewed there and not getting completely mawled by them was quite the thing.

Fudge

Fudge came along in the early nineties.

His bags were packed and he was ready to move in.

I have so far sketched out around 20 to 30 stories with him in, and they all generally follow a similar pattern.

This first story,  was originally printed in a Slovenian magazine called Stripburger in 1997.

It was heavily influenced by the work of Hundertwasser, Adolf Woelfli and Chris Ware.

He’s a cross between Ted Hughes’ Crow, Hannibal Lecter and Clarence Oddbody.

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Fudge Page 2

Fudge Page 3

Fudge Page 4

Fortune:“This kiss is for the first time, and this kiss is for that time”