This monster Darrel, from Monster Clothes, didn’t make it to Foyles Gallery until yesterday because I had some trouble with his dress. So then he had to come on the bus to work with me:
Then we did some admin:
And finally, made it to Foyles just in time to meet the other Darrel (that’s his hand):
Thanks everybody else who’s been to see too! Tis open til 5pm Saturday, more details on the MA show website.
I have spray-mounted myself to the kitchen floor again, blunted three scalpel blades on foam board and sewn some strange beasts, and now I can’t stop making badges.
Oh nose! I’m sure this is not what I’m meant to be doing. However, if you scamper down to see our show at Foyles next week you just might get one.
The graduation show for our MA in Children’s Book Illustration will be at Foyles Charing Cross Road from the 4th to the 9th of February. I am hugely pleased my monsters got voted onto the flyer:
There should be lots to see as there are almost 40 of us exhibiting, showing pictures on walls, dummy books to pick up and read, sketchbooks, portfolios, 3D models and toys. Here’s a website to show how various and splendid it will be. Hope to see you in Foyles!
In Bristol, Cambridge and London you can now buy your very own LOAf magazine, featuring such fearsome comics as Lesley and Marvin and the Llamas de Muerte. On Wednesday, in sideways rain, LOAf caught ten buses, a tube and a train and got himself stocked in various fine London
emporia such as The Big Green Bookshop, Gosh! Comics, Eggs Milk Butter, Ti Pi Tin, Muswell Hill Bookshop and Cabbages and Kings. Bonanza! Your LOAf awaits. Also do come to the Cambridge launch if you can because it will be GRAND.
I am so overwhelmed by this stunning birthday cake from my good friend Love & Cake, featuring Sizo (from Sizo and Dad and the no good house) in my boat Loris. We already ate the ocean, which sounds like something The Tiger Who Came to Tea might do. It tasted infinitely much better than oceans usually do.