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One of two cards I just designed to celebrate the twinning of Oxford with Grenoble. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you'd like to buy a pack.
09:42 AM in The Day Job | Permalink
I have 7 prints left from a strictly limited edition of 40 (ie there won't be any more). If you'd like one, signed, numbered etc, they're £35 + p&p (£5 in Europe, £10 rest of the world). Please get in touch if you'd like one: badaude at aol dot com.
10:26 AM in Games | Permalink
I'll be posting the other design later this week.
09:40 AM in The Day Job | Permalink
Here's Ali, head of the amazing Age of Reason studios looking impossibly glam in the scarf I deisgned for her.
You can get hold of the massive version here - in time to use as a Jubliee/Olympics (or anti, if you read it that way) dress or flag.
There's also a smaller and less pricey version which looks rather jaunty worn like this...
11:08 AM in Tate | Permalink
My second postcard for A.N. Devers' Tour Throught the Whole Island of Great Britain, visiting writers' houses.
And I'm giving away a limited-edition print of the whole tour here.
10:24 AM in The Day Job | Permalink
I drew this postcard for A.N. Devers' Writers' Houses tour. I liked the way Dickens' desk was so small and unassuming - and I also liked the 'reconstruction' of his waste paper basket...
Have a look at my limited edition print giveaway of the whole tour map here.
04:06 PM in The Day Job | Permalink
I drew this map for A.N. Devers of Lapham's Quarterly's Writers' Houses as she undertook this mammoth tour.
Well, Ok, she didn't quite make it to every corner of the British Isles but the list is pretty impressive).
Prints of the map were rewards for the kickstarter supporters who helped to fund the project.
I have one left to give away to someone who leaves a comment below about which writers' house they'd like to visit (worldwide) and why. The winner will be chosen next Tuesday (29th May) morning...
10:15 AM in The Day Job | Permalink
Rainy in Oxford, I believe...
(my May Morning poster for Oxford City Council)
You may have noticed I'm on hiatus at the moment but will be back soon...
03:31 PM | Permalink