Monday, 9 July 2012

EPILOGUE - A lovely documentary about the future of print

A evocative documentary by student Hanah Ryu Chung, exploring the history, passion and future of print.

Friday, 27 April 2012

Some lovely simple stuff

I recently discovered this talented chap Daniel Mercadante (Everynone) and have become utterly absorbed in his simplistic observations and beautiful film making.

Wednesday, 15 February 2012


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offcut#1, a photo by a_continuous_series on Flickr.

After printing the gig posters recently, I started using the offcut rubbers to form geometric patterns. The tonal levels work well with the layered cut out paper. This is something I am continuing to work on.

Monday, 13 February 2012

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Desk cat

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Untitled, a photo by a_continuous_series on Flickr.

Hand Stamping

A rather time consuming but incredibly pleasurable process of hand printing posters from cut out rubber stamps. These will be limited to 25 of each colour. Available free to the first 25 attendees of the gig or purchased through the Run of the mill shop

Tuesday, 13 September 2011


A nice little project to make use of some of the random images I have collected over the years. Using the traditional classification system of animal, vegetable, mineral to create sets of A2 posters that will be on sale framed and unframed.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the prints please email for more details. Prices start from £10.

Wednesday, 31 August 2011

The shape of things to come

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Bookbinding, a photo by a_continuous_series on Flickr.

A continuous series of tiny events is venturing into a bit of bookbinding as the cold nights draw closer. Probably just the odd pretty notebook or surf journal, mainly along the proviso of remodeling and amending old stuff.
They will be available to buy through Esty or some other such shop once they start piling up.

Stormy beach party

My friend Ed came to stay with me in Saltburn for a couple of days. The weather was dubious but one evening proved pretty dramatic. Storms out at sea and a setting sun cast long shadows over the sand dunes. It was an absolute delight to hang out and dig moats.

Friday, 26 August 2011

Some proper handmade goodness

Recently I was lucky enough to meet the chap who is the creator behind de Lacy handmade leather bags. Each bag, wallet or belt is made completely by his own talented hands.
There may possibly be some business card and swing tag designs coming shortly, which I am pretty excited to be working on. In the mean time check out his work through the website or Etsy.