This Saturday, I’ll be at Voodoo Market. Come on over if you’re around. There’ll be plenty of things to look at and also touch.
I’ve been spending a lot of time recently working on a new booklet (stressing, tweaking, obsessing)….. The hardest part I often find is knowing when to stop.
I did eventually stop, sent the files to the printer, and waited. A week later and the hallway is now home to 4 gigantic boxes of booklets. So pleased with how they turned out!
They’ll be ready for you in the next couple of days, but if you’d like you can already order a copy here.
I was interviewed the other week by talented illustrator Judith Carnaby as part of her ongoing Illustrators Illustrated project.
Here’s what we chatted about.
(Portrait by Judith Carnaby)
Whenever it rains, I find myself saying this to anyone who’ll listen. I’m sure I’ve disturbed many ears along the way.
Don’t be a dick about it.
I was recently asked to design the tickets for Dan Savage’s latest book reading at Shakespeare and Sons. Of course I jumped at the chance, because, you know…. DAN SAVAGE.
Also, Shakespeare and Sons has to be one of the coziest little bookstores in Berlin. Worth visiting next time you’re in need of some quiet time. They even have a café and friendly staff.
Hooray! Greeting cards are now available in the shop.
Got some greeting cards back from the printer and they look magnificent! Huge thanks to Ripe Digital for the quality job. Those guys are seriously good.
Now for the mammoth task of taking product shots…. DIY style:
Seems to be working well so far.
If all goes to plan, they’ll be available in my shop from 26 June.
I was recently lucky enough to contribute a drawing to the latest issue of Mutant (FREE from the fine folks at Atomic Books!).
This is what I came up with.