As Tony Hart knew only too well, there's something marvellous about a gallery of pictures. For too long my pictures have been strewn forgetfully across the internet, like litter in a stiff breeze. However! Today I have managed to put how much I hate the Halifax advert (the radio station one with the high-fives) behind me and upload like a madman to produce this:
Tell your friends! Show your enemies! Marvel at the fact that I'm actually pretty good at pictures, despite what you may have read on various toilet walls!
Thursday, 18 February 2010
Friday, 12 February 2010
Let's be honest, it's been a pretty cold winter for many of us. However, fashion hasn't been among the casualties, as Arsene Wenger has proved, stalking the touchlines of England's football stadia wearing a puffa jacket obviously inspired by Bibendum. This is my cubist memorial of a vintage winter for couture.
Monday, 8 February 2010
The first one represents the fourth of my pants pictures project, recycling the cardboard from underpants packaging in the form of almost-high art, the second one is on more traditional media, i.e. cartridge paper that has never been anywhere near underpants, mine or anyone else's.
As usual, both of these pictures (A5 size, roughly speaking) are available for purchase by any art-lovers out there, for £35 and £40 respectively. If you are interested in them or commissioning any other exciting art, you can as always email me up.