This morning I drew some of the of the people who work at my local caff (which is currently exhibiting some artwork I did for Tate) on my local caff...
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)
Here's a taster of my contribution to the Whipple Museum, Cambridge's, first art book, The Rules of Form: Sonnets & Slide Rules
The book will be published in November 2012 and is available from the Whipple Museum, Cambridge.
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.