It’s close enough to December for me to not feel too guilty about this – Christmas cards are now back on sale. Get them here.
Bloody hell fire!
Work Christmas Party’s British comedy themed exhibition opens tonight. There’s work by an amazing selection of artists with my contribution inspired by this magnificent moment from Vic and Bob. it’s almost like poetry, in’t it?…
If you can’t make it down to the exhibition all prints are available on their website too.
Work Christmas Party
26th Nov -7th Dec
Columbia Road Arts Club
160 Columbia Road,
London, E2 7RG
This little set of illustrations/animated gifs is now up on the always excellent Grantland.com complimenting a piece on the seventh strongest strongman and no.1 strongest beard on the circuit.
God Hates Charades has flown past it’s main goal and is now fully funded but there are still a few days left to hit those stretch goals. There’s also a pretty major decision to be made on which of my cruddy sketches gets worked up into an art print as a reward for the most generous backers. Jabba the Hutt feeding cats to an ATM is looking like the front runner so far. Vote here and back the game here.
Your Ad Here is a celebration of the local independent businesses that are such an integral part of east London’s community and economy. Local artists were invited to propose ideas for unique outdoor advertisements for a wide range of independent businesses and organisations which will be displayed in and around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park for up to three years.
As part of Your Ad Here and Living Walls, amazing vegan/vegetarian cafe/community hub/environment centre The Hornbeam Cafe are currently making their presence known around the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in the form of these vegetable/caffeine/freshly baked bread hunting predators.
Six days and God made heaven, earth, the sea, and all that is in them. Years of design and play testing and he’s come up with a damn fine party game too.
Support God Hates Charades on kickstarter (and look out for more of my artwork while you’re there).