ALPHONSE, THERE’S MUD ON THE CEILING!
I DO NOT LIKE BOOKS ANYMORE!
Hilda and the Runaway Baby
ALPHONSE, THAT IS NOT OK TO DO!
The Girl with the Parrot on her Head
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Yesterday I put up an exhibition at Pickled Pepper, Crouch End’s specialist children’s bookshop. I framed eleven of the screenprints I made for my first picturebook, The Girl with the Parrot on her Head, and they’ll stay on display all summer, until August 31st. It’s great to … Continue reading
I can add the rest of these monkey screenprints now as the AMAZING new human they were made for is born and in possession of her monkeys (and an oddish long-nose bear which really taxed my sewing skills). In other news, I have an EVENTS PAGE … Continue reading
I am having a gap. In a gap it is best to do THINGS. THINGS can include working on stories that nobody wants yet (maybe they are too weird or long, maybe nobody has seen them), and drawing, and seeing … Continue reading