Some of the drawings from my Tate book are on show at Oxfork cafe in Oxford.
The giclee prints, made specially for the Tate on attractive buff-coloured pages from Moleskine sketchbooks, are on sale at £30 unframed, or £50 framed (quite a bit less than Tate charged, but don't say that too loudly...). If you'd like one, please get in touch: badaude-at-gmail-dot-com.
Below are a few photos, but you can also see the complete set of artwork here:
When I'm not writing about Surrealism, I design stuff including, sometimes, scarves: well it worked for Elsa Schiaparelli...
I was delighted to work with the wonderful Age of Reason again, this time on a design showing British cultural - and other - icons, each wearing a scarf tied in a different style.
The version posted above is one of several colour schemes I tried out for the scarf. You can see the final colourway here. The scarf is available in three sizes, from a reasonable £35 for a headscarf to £195 for something you could probably camp under...
(ps: spot the non-Briton: she was off project but I couldn't resist her)