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A quick flyer design, asked for by the Capsule ladies.
Lisa and Jenny organise the best shows here in Birmingham, aswell as the annual Supersonic Festival and other cool, interesting, fun events.
Since going to my first Capsule gig 8-ish years ago, my mind's been opened to an infinte stream of awesome stuff. My life is better for knowing them and anytime I get to work with them or play live is a pleasure.
They're the standard to which most else is held up against:
Do It Yourself & Do It Right.



Just returned home from a great few days travelling around London, playing a show, seeing shows, seeing friends, and other adventures.
Went over to Hex Out Records HQ to hang with Maya on the last day. Lifesaving as always.
The photos above are of the Haunted Fucking "Lanterns" tape packaging Maya's just finished assembling with her own fair hands. It's super cool! Earlier in the year we collaborated on ink paintings for this and it's great to see the end product put together. Haunted Fucking is the duo of Chris and Claire who organise Upset The Rhythm.
Sissy Spacek also has a new tape on Hex Out called "Bisingie". Go buy a copy of these before they're gone!
I'm in London again in a few weeks to see Maya's Macroprosopus Dancehall Band and you should check it out if you want an awesome exerience.



Quick first idea and draft for Holy Roar Records.



Celeste, Joshua, Edgar, Penelope, Eloise.

More info on this project here



A few nights ago, just before witching hour, I took some original artworks outside and torched them. I'm planning to move to another city soon and been sorting through the small amount of possessions I have, deciding what I take with me. Most of my stuff is hundreds of artworks (some dating way back to high school) and I figure it's time to be free of what I don't need. I could leave it all behind, the way I feel right now.... But there's things I have to do and there's certain objects that allow me to do them so maybe that'll happen some other time.


A clean break.


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In order from the top: Claude, Aurelia, Florence, Jasper, Imogen, Constance, Elliot, Gertrude, Beatrice, Clarence, Audra, Henrietta, Hazel.

Lost Children is a project I'm hoping fellow artists, writers and other creative types/friends I've asked can contribute to when free time allows but for now I'm starting it alone. The idea for this happened many many years ago (what sparked it I can't remember) and I've been burning to do it ever since.
Inbetween working on bigger projects, paid work for clients and whatnot, I make these smaller sized images, just to stay free and moving and avoid periods of inactivity. It's fun because without a client or ideal in mind, I try to make them pretty fast without over thinking and go on my instincts instead. No drafts are made prior to the end results.

The ones I'm happy to put out into the world, I'm making free prints of and putting them in public places like library books, jacket/coat and shirt and trouser pockets in retail stores, magazines, LP's and videos in second hand stores, cracks/gaps in building (and other) walls, bus shelters, tied to trees and posts, etc etc... spots where people can discover them with suprise.
Each one is named and -at least for the time being- has no credit or any other info attached to them. I like that people can come across them and not know why they're there or who made them.
Everything shouldn't be explained all the time.
They're just anonymous gifts. It's an unknown for me who finds them... and how they got there is a mystery for the finders.

So above is the first batch and I'll display loads more continually.

Some new projects, collaborations and cool stuff might be happening soon too! A lot of works in progress and ideas that'll be great if they work out.



Feral Debris is an essential zine coming out of Nottingham, U.K. and full of weird/ interesting/ fucked up/ wild/ compelling art, music and other stuff. It's 3 issues old and above are two illustrations I've been asked to use in issue 4, for features on Jandek and Raven.
Get the previous issues before they go out of print, trust me it's worth it, plus each one has a cd-r attached with music and sounds by experimental (/whatever you wanna call it) bands and artists from around the world. I may be contributing music to issue 4 cd-r too!

Feral Debris Blogspot



Baphomet + horn rims for Doom Patrol.