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The brief was to design and deliver a workshop /activity making a calendar with the Hackney Coffee Club on Mare Street for people with mild to moderate dementia and their carers. I wanted everyone to go away with a hand-made object that … Continue reading
This is from It’s Magic! published by Tango Books. I used the old milkman’s wallet as the basis for the the Carlo’s Amazing Changing Room. How to make your own magic wallet, courtesy of Red Ted Art, can be found here.
Having spent a long time working hard on new projects over the Summer, I welcomed the opportunity to do a school visit again last Friday. I worked with all classes at The Granville School in Sevenoaks on a range of projects from … Continue reading
My interpretation of Illustration Friday‘s word of the week. Alien summer from my still-to-be-published space book – it’s a detail from one of the sections of the final pop-up spread.
I was recently sent a Ramakian postcard and Cut-out statue from my friend and colleague Joseph Coelho who is on his travels in the Far East. It’s a coincidence that I should receive something that you cut out and construct … Continue reading
from Motor Mouse! published by Tango Books
I like the idea of a book without text which then becomes complete with the addition of spoken words. I’ve just finished constructing The book of Light Poems which will be used by Joseph Coelho in The PoetryJoe Show, soon … Continue reading
Illustration Friday Motor Mouse
Irma and I have decided not to continue working together on a joint blog – we felt that our two, diversifying practices was resulting in a blog that might come across as confusing. For that reason we’ve decided to go our separate ways (as bloggers). To see and subscribe to … Continue reading