Some more guest photography from Matt, this time the street art is from Amsterdam. Love the Rembrandt!
Posted in Sketchbook, tagged art, derwent inktense, drawing, etsy, gin, handmade, hendrick's, hendricks gin, humour, illustration, inktense, inktense pencils, london, mother's ruin, painting, work in progress on February 24, 2016| Leave a Comment »
This is actually what I was working on last week, but in all the excitement of finishing a new piece I totally forgot to blog about it. This illustration will be available as A6 greetings cards, in fact they’re back from the printers already but I haven’t got the cellophane sleeves yet so won’t be adding them to Etsy until next week!
One day I will have a go at making a time-lapse video, but for now you’ll just have to put up with lots of photos…
I can’t believe I haven’t done a Sunday Sketchblog post since early November, apparently I’m getting worse at blogging with each passing month! To try and get me back on track I’ve decided to share a silly little thing. A private joke with a friend 😉
Posted in General craftiness, tagged bathtub gin, bloom gin, etsy, gin, giniatures, handmade, harris gin, hendricks gin, opihr gin, rock rose gin, star of bombay, stickers, tanqueray 10, whitley neill gin on February 21, 2016| Leave a Comment »
Sometimes I feel like doing something totally frivolous, and cutting out stickers by hand is certainly that! I made these for no other reason than I found a stash of sticker paper while tidying up, and they certainly do look cute.
Limited edition (only 8 sets available), and cheap as chips so click here to purchase a set.
I launched my Giniatures print just over a week ago, and it’s done very well so far. Quite a few A5 prints sold, a special request for an A4 sized one, and even a couple of notebook commissions. So I thought this was a good time to show off some photos. First up we have photos sent in by a customer, of her trying her gin print out against different walls (and discovering how difficult it is to photograph something that’s fronted with glass – reflections ahoy!).
After some dithering on my part I finally decided on my ideal frame choice (this particular one is from Cox & Cox).
Last, but certainly not least, we have one of the specially commissioned books (the other is basically the same, but a larger size). Made to order, please contact me for details.
Posted in Street Art, tagged art, camden, camden market, david bowie, everything is awesome, graffiti, harry potter, jamestown road, london, mural, nw1, owls, pug, stencil art, street art, ziggy stardust on February 12, 2016| Leave a Comment »
I’m usually pretty good at remembering where I photographed bits of street art (or, rather, I usually make notes as I go) but this time I didn’t. I don’t go over to Camden very often, and in fact up until last month I’d not been there for a couple of years. We decided to take the doglet on an outing though, his first trip to Camden, and it was a very exciting day out for him. We walked there via the canal, then ambled around and ended up in a sort of food coma. I took lots of photos, but mostly have no clue where they were taken!