I forget how I used to do this. Some sort of grim broth of concepts. An older couple, asleep on one another, aboard the train. And those martello towers – what are they… Continue reading
Concepts and what-had-you for preceding poster’s successor and predecessors: Sideproject in an Daingean, 2012. It quickly became clear that designing graphics is totally different to “drawing a thing”.
Our excellent friends in Sideproject asked myself and The Man Æ to do a gig poster for their gig over the December opening weekend during the Other Voices music festival. This didn’t get… Continue reading
probably shouldn’t be tagging these.
Given this relatively extensive preamble, you’d be forgiven for thinking that the product will be remarkable. Not. so.
A repeating print for a blackboard you say? That’s a great idea. Sketchies done for a print idea. Print to follow. It was just a lino-kinda time. It was going to be a… Continue reading
Steward Print is an interesting and unsettling process, largely because on leaving a world of familiar and perfect replicas, encountered on a minute-to-minute, day-by-day basis, your mother enters a world where nothing can… Continue reading
The Mk.i kobold (house shrine) for House Devost. Original sketches for this are at the end of Vol.XII, and were significantly more ornate: this guy was just within my means as it was,… Continue reading
Man, what a title. See what I did there? That’s improv. You can use that. Gratis, you know? The doodle of the feather star <ECHINODERMATA>>CRINOID>>?> was from a dive, where this featherstar was… Continue reading
the jester drawn sideways on the top page is one of my favourite things in here. design for my public transport passcard.
looks familiar. That time I thought up the first page from collab, I think I might like this more than the finished version. public transporting.
The Crawford M. Art Gallery is one of the city’s finest prizes. I can’t tell you how many exhibitions have gone through the building since I’ve lived here, but I can probably tell… Continue reading
Ang-Mo Appreciation Society. You might call it racism, but we consider it competitive observation. Also, header sketches. And those feet-massage fish.
Sketches from K.L., bus-board sketches of a birthday helm for my 24th, to be made of paper.
Some music embeds itself in the way you construct your daily narrative (right?): for some time two such albums (one such band) have been Coheed and Cambria’s “‘III” & “‘IV“. The over-blown narrative… Continue reading