Friday, 2 December 2011

Refuge Collecting - The Last Homely Home

Waiting over the waves, I have found a home. Boxes on sticks, I thank thee. You are celebrated.

1. Breydon Water Bird Hide, Norfolk
2. Somewhere on the Pennine Way
3. Holy Island Causeway

Saturday, 19 November 2011

From the Vaults. Horrorfeatures

Back to the blog... but blog often comes last. Its more a note to self but feel free to nose my knows. Horror is important. Fear this, Blood on Satans Claw... Messy maids and hairy hands... this is very much in the vain of The Wicker Man, something pagan about its haunts... and a proper bit of Satan where the supernatural was lacking. And bless my socks, I have a LINK for you to watch it for free

This is the low down for all those that want straight talking...

Set in seventeenth century England, the film opens with ploughman, Ralph Bower, discovering a strange skull in a field. The skull is heavily deformed and has one eyeball attached to it. When the judge looks at it, he dismisses any fears about it as supernatural hogwash.

The judge's predictions prove ill-founded when later people start to sprout hair on their bodies and begin to behave oddly. The judge is called again, and this time he takes it seriously and swears to return when he has researched the subject of Witchcraft.

When he returns, he brings the full weight of his knowledge to bear on the great evil infecting the village.

Thursday, 4 August 2011

Papergirl Newcastle LANDS

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Monday, 20 June 2011

How Every Weekend Should Be

Just had the pleasure of returning back from LOOP Arts Fair in Leeds... and I have to say, it was a beautiful way to spend some days. Beyond the fact that it would obviously be amazing based on whats written above... the actuality of it was something else. All the artists were super personable, everyone was down to earth... had the chance to draw live in front of some of my favourite illustrators... and it was just a great atmosphere. I would liken it to an illustrators Byker Grove.

Highlights included: Sister Arrows greenhouse stand, Matt the Horse's presentation, Introduction to Risograph machines and seeing the likes of James Jarvis, Lizzy Stewart, Jez Burrows and Nous Vous in action.

Roll on LOOP Arts Fair 2012

Tuesday, 7 June 2011

Weng Weng, I Love You My Weng Weng

SO. This is pretty much the shape of whats pleasing me this week. Usually, theres a YouTube video left on repeat whilst I work. In the past we've seen the talking dog, monkeys riding dogs, freerunning dogs... but we've dropped the K9 in favour of Weng Weng. In the mould of a world famous average height high charisma special agent, Weng Weng is a 2'9' superspy working for the Philipino interpol. Enjoys fighting crime on the back of a mini moto, rocking a gat and a rocket pack... and loving disco!

I was introduce to Weng Weng by hip hop crew 'The Chuds'. Careful mind... the track and associated video are dangerously addictive. Check it HERE

Thursday, 2 June 2011

Friend Eggs Living Large!

Some things just have an unflinching ability to improve your day. This is a prime example. Nothing bad can come of watching this... just all 100% prime good time.

Give it a bash HERE

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Jack Teagle. No Messing

Anyone that knows me knows that there is little that I enjoy more than a good dig about in the vaults of wrestling history. I'm also knee deep in my own wrestling homage series!

SO... imagine my excitement to mooch over to illustration legend Jack Teagles BLOG and see that he has his own little celebration of Wrestlemania 1. Wonderful.