Lookin' good!If you haven't come across this yet, have at look at the Persephone books blog...they have an inspirational image/tale per day. Today's picture is a London & North Eastern Railways poster which might tickle yer fancy!http://thepersephonepost.blogspot.com/
sensational :D as can be expected. Love you work buddy
Hey, I just wanted to say that I ADORE your work (though I can't imagine how many xacto blades you go through in a year!)
Just curious as to what paper you use - it hasn't seemed to have curled up with the spraying. Looks gorgeous!
fANDAVIDOZY AGAIN....loving this work
Fantastic poster — never thought of working on white paper and colouring it ... makes SUCH a lot of sense now though!Thank you for coming to my blog and leaving a comment about poor old Fonzie.I was chuffed.
hi, im doing a project at uni and using ur work as inspiration, ur work is really amazing, do you draw ur design first lightly, or do u sometime make mistakes when doin the papercut.
Just want to say that I LOVE your work... This one is gorgeous. The people of Rye are very lucky!
I have lovely memories of a new years spent in Rye to get away from the bustle of London. Loved a shopfront I saw called 'Rye Cleaners'...a sweet little dry cleaners shop!
love this Rye image which perfectly describes our first visit here - we have now lived in Rye for 16 years this August but first visited just after my 30th Birthday - on the 1st August! Is this available to buy as a screenprint or original papercut and where could I get my hands on this beautiful piece of work? It would be the perfect present for my partners 50th Birthday! best wishes JB
I visited your exhibition at Dover St today, amazing, really amazing to see your original work in intricate detail.
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