Wednesday, 29 March 2017


Meanwhile. . .

An article of clothing falls from the Emperor's shoulders.

And on the BBC 'the people' lodge their current thoughts: Happy - worried - confused?

With emoji paddles.

"I choose to believe in Britain and that our best days lie ahead."

– T. May 29 / 3 / 17

Thursday, 16 March 2017

Go West! Bristol Artists Book Event @ Arnolfini: April 1st and 2nd

As if Leeds wasn't excitement enough.

More information here

Wednesday, 1 March 2017

1 city, 2 days, 3 letters, 3 editions, 10 pounds

The newly-collected 'A, B, C' Set from Ensixteen Editions (collating recent numbers 27, 28 and 29 in the 'bio auto graphic' series) will be available at the Leeds event at a mouth-watering £10.

I dare you not to.

Tuesday, 28 February 2017

The Answer!

The letter 'C' is also – conveniently – for 'contemporary'.
As in. . .

This weekend I will be pleased to visit the swinging hub of Northern hipster-ishnesses that is The Tetley, Leeds.
I'll be setting up my stall at the 20th International Contemporary Artists' Book Fair therein, ready to exhibit, fraternise and flog my wares from my Ensixteeen Editions Back Catalogue.

Glad that – despite the absence of my esteemed partner in crime and book arts Mette Ambeck, with whom I have attended many similar events organised by the marvellous Chris Taylor and John McDowall over the years – I can fly the flag once more for such a significant milestone event.

Check out the site (link above) and please do recommend that any local chums drop by to release their wallet moths!

Have at it!

PS - 
There's also a comprehensive exhibit of my series of 'bio auto graphic' books included in the current
'Future Legacies: Collections, Collecting and Artist's Books' at the Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, University Library, University of Leeds – until June 10th.
Here's a slightly grainy flavour of it, courtesy Mister Taylor:

The Question:

As I asked in my most recent issue of 'bio auto graphic' – what is the letter 'C' for?

Saturday, 25 February 2017

Weirdology - Bookishnessie. . ?

Here's a contribution I've made to an upcoming publication that will chart the still, sinister waters of Loch Ness – towards which a book artists expedition mounted by Sarah Bodman, Stephen Fowler, Nancy Campbell and other chums is soon heading. . .

Click on the image for full splendour thereof.

The tome will feature a variety of works inspired by the Loch's most famous dweller and the project's part of the annual Centre for Fine Print Research activities circling World Book Day later this Spring.
Och aye.