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Pictures from the show

Publishers are grand, obviously, and I wouldn’t be without my auntorage – or, indeed, the other lovely family and friends who came to our MA show – but you can’t really beat the kind of visitors who properly test your … Continue reading

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LOAf magazine in need

Imagine if there was no comics magazine for 9-12 year-olds called LOAf and all the bread and children in that age group were forced to read just any old comic that might be about frogs or carrots or anything. Well, … Continue reading

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London Sketchbook Challenge

I have put a few of my Tiny houses into this open exhibition (scroll down to London Sketchbook Challenge) at Foyles on Charing Cross Road, because it sounded like a nice project. They asked people to submit sketches of London, but … Continue reading

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Ten-colour print

This is the most complicated print I’ve ever made, it took ten screens and I think it might still need another cat. This is the Runaway Baby’s village, which has chimneys from the Alpujarras.

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The Runaway Baby

Here’s one of the spreads I entered in the Macmillan Prize (see Pigs win prizes), there’s another on the Llamas page. I best do some more now. And here are all the winning and commended Cambridge students with tutors Pam Smy and … Continue reading

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