Here's a video of me talking to the lovely guys at Crane TV. They came to the studio and filmed me working while they asked me questions about my life as an artist. You can get a good idea of what my studio is like from this ace video... so take a look!!!
Wednesday, January 26, 2011
Thursday, January 20, 2011
The first installment of Valentines lasercuts has just gone up on etsy!
For now, there are only 20 but more will be up soon...
This year, due to popular demand, I've done a new edition in beautiful blue of 'Can We? Shall We?'
Text reads: ”Can We? Shall We? One day very soon, let us go away together just you and me. Can We? Shall We? Call in sick one day and travel to the sea and hold hands all day. Can We? Shall We? Eat our sandwiches on the train, get drunk on fresh air and come home tired and never tell anyone.... Ever.”
Every lasercut is initialled and numbered and comes in it's own red ribbon-tied envelope. Click here to have your very own
Posted by Rob Ryan at 6:29 AM
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
The gentle author at Spitalfields life has written a lovely piece on the bell mugs that have recently been exhibited at the Stafford show. Each mug has a different message and are now for sale in Ryantown. You can read all about them and the ideas behind them in the piece on Spitalfields life blog here.
Posted by Rob Ryan at 3:00 AM
Thursday, January 13, 2011
This weekend is going to be a ceramic extravaganza in Ryantown!! We've taken the Stafford show down and a lot of the ceramics from the show are going into the shop. There will be brand-new mugs, plates and these set of 6 platters. There won't be any Staffordshire cats or dogs just yet, but keep an eye out on the blog because they'll be available soon!
Posted by Rob Ryan at 8:22 AM
Thursday, January 06, 2011
Happy new year everyone!! If you have ever been to Japan, you may be familiar with leading department store Diamaru. Over the past few years, I have been asked to design their Christmas packaging. This year, they have put up an exhibition of my work along with the original papercuts for the packaging for xmas 2010. If you're in the area, check it out!!
Posted by Rob Ryan at 9:21 AM