Sunday, 31 October 2010

Hospital Children's Unit photography

The children's Unit at the NNUS hospital was installed last year. I found these photos today of a photographer called Mike Robinson who has photographed the unit and my Eel PSi station. The photos are very good so here is a link:

Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Norwich Dandies at the "Well being festival"

The "Well being festival" at the Forum library in Norwich was a great success today. The Norwich Dandies took care of the creative spirit with lots of art and poetry informal workshops to choose from. Vince Laws went up to every person at the festival and asked them to think of what well being meant to them. He then created a painting of words. There was creative poetry in the tent and plastic waste chandeliers to be made. The favourite was the dressing up box wardrobe, dressing like a Norwich Dandie and posing for a random artist from the audience to paint or draw. In this photo some Norwich teens gave a whirl at drawing a young model in a crazy wig and pink jacket.
If you would like to hire the "Norwich Dandies" for your festival, to do public art workshops, please do get in touch.

Here the talented Norwich teens and young girl who modelled for them, with there fabulous painting which looks very Manga style.

Norwich Dandie Dugald posed in tails and bunny ears as an Alice in wonderland favourite for this talented young artist to draw.

The Norwich Dandies watch a young master at work painting her sister.

Here the young Norwich Dandie sisters show off the amazing painting.

The sisters swap roles and the artist becomes the model.

This is me with my keep sketch of Norwich Dandie Dugald posing on the chaise longue

A group of talented Norwich teens with there group drawing.

More talented teens with there group painting.

Tuesday, 12 October 2010

Music Album cover

More work I cannot publish till its been published, but I just finished a music album cover for my cousin who is a great musician. He was so pleased with it and I was too. I will be making more images for the Album. Having spent a life time drawing bands, this is the way forward and very exciting. I am really looking forward to holding the album in my hand and playing the music in the air.

Sunday, 10 October 2010

Stop Junk Mail stickers

Stop junk mail the non-profit organisation that spends everyday trying to figure out how to stop junk mail coming through your door, which I support whole heartily and give them cartoons to use for there cause. Has come up with a new "Door sticker" design that would appeal to everyone. They spent months working on the design and it is now for sale on there website and blog. I would recommend everyone get one and get a few to give to your neighbours or to your colleagues at work. They also appeal to older people who may have trouble bending down to pick up the junk mail from the door mat or think there might be someone at the door every ten minutes every time the junk mailer hits the flap or comes up the garden path. The stickers are only available at "Stop junk mail" on the internet, so get one for someone you know who is on the net. There also getting calls from neighbourhood watch groups who are very interested in getting the stickers for there groups.
Also they sell eco envelope reuse labels, return to sender labels and have stacks of information and help on the website. Please support the cause for the price of a raffle ticket. Go to

Saturday, 9 October 2010

Shelly Telly

Today I was at the "Well being festival" at the Norwich forum, doing art with the "Norwich Dandies". It was a great success and I will be posting some photos soon from the event. I bumped into Shelly Telly who I had made lots of drawings for her this summer to use in a film she was making so they could be animated. I was very pleased to hear from Shelly that the film has been edited and I will soon to be getting a copy. I really enjoyed doing the animation drawings and look forward to more work. Telly Shelly makes fantastic community based films, you can check out what she gets up to on her website.