Wednesday, 3 October 2018

'bio auto graphic' #31: With a little help from. . .





























Lend me your hands and I'll draw you a drawing.
In fact a whole new edition.

Saturday, 22 September 2018

'bio auto graphic' #31


Cometh the time, cometh the man, cometh. . . The Hand.



The Next Ensixteen Edition. . .


It is time.





Sunday, 9 September 2018

Illustration & Storyboarding




For your reading & viewing pleasure I have added some new writing on archive samples from my other visual activities as an illustrator and storyboard artist - as here with a piece for the Weekend Guardian and a frame from my work on 'Ali G Indahouse'.








Take a look via the links on the right under 'Creative Career'.

More shades from the lining of the chameleon skin coat?




Thursday, 22 March 2018

POST 30: Rainbow's End










30th Post on a 30th edition.





POST 29: Penlington Writes. . .

Once again the writer, performer and zine enthusiast Nathan Penlington has applied a sensitive eye to my latest, and the resulting review can be found here:






Image courtesy of Nathan.

He has a host of zine-related writing here and his own activities as a writer / performer / obsessive (Google him) reveal an interesting man who it is always a pleasure to meet for a pop cultural blather in the tea houses of Dalston or Stokey.

Monday, 19 March 2018

POST 28: Selected and Exhibited


The existence of a 30th in the series has been marked by a few related events and instances since November, the first stemming from the SPF itself:
I was gratified to discover that the edition had been voted the 'Book of the Week' choice by The Wellcome Library's zine collectors, as noted on their Instagram:



















Subsequently I wrote a piece for the Impact Press Book Arts Newsletter to tee up an exhibition of large prints and related material – 'Hiding In Plain Sight: When You Put The Chameleon Skin Coat On' – culled from the artwork for the edition that then ran from February 1st to March 1st:




























As always the exhibition and all matters related – as well as an upcoming article for Impact Press peer-reviewed journal 'The Blue Notebook' (Vol.12, No.2 - April 2018) – have been eased into existence by the wonderful Sarah Bodman.
Click on these links for details of both newsletter and journal - both recommended for anyone with an interest in book arts in general and the tidal movements and activities of the global community of image-makers & wordsmiths that make it up.