Musings on living in a housing co-operative After writing this yesterday about helpful mindsets when applying to live in a housing co-op I thought I’d update it with a few

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Attitude

Further musings on living in a housing co-op I’ve written a series of blog posts about living in Beech Hill Community Co-operative & you can find the other ones here.

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Work in progress: huge illustrated fabric wall hangings!

I get asked to do a lot of weird and wonderful things and this request has been my favourite in a long while – illustrated fabric wall hangings. The client

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New rook screen print available!

After a break of two years I’ve created another screen print – and o! how I loved it. Falmouth University’s print room has some amazing equipment and I am delighted

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Deer skull illustration

  I had a few hours spare this afternoon so thought I’d play around with mixing brush pen and oil pastels to create this deer skull illustration, and I’m really

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Illustrated interpretation trail for prestigious heritage visitor attraction in the Midlands

I recently completed this illustrated interpretation trail for a top heritage visitor attraction. I’ve done a lot of illustrated interpretation trails, like this, this and this. I’ve created them as

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Not-so-humble-brag

Some of you will know that I’m studying for a part-time Master’s degree in Illustration: Authorial Practice at Falmouth University. I can say, hand on heart, that the decision to

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New testimonial for logo design!

Nobody’s perfect and one of the things I am rubbish at is asking clients for feedback on the work I’ve done for them. I’ve only just got around to asking

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The Reject Shop

A little post about the project I’m currently working on for my illustration MA at Falmouth University At the moment I’m putting regular callouts for people who produce works on

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I’m selling prints in support of the hunting ban

Hunting ban: all profits from the sale of my fox and hare prints will be donated to the League Against Cruel Sports 11/05/17 edit: £90 raised so far! Those of

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Lame

The latest in a series of posts about living in a housing co-op Here’s a quick post which should present a snapshot of what it is to live here. Yesterday

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Queer Iconography

Master’s in Illustration: Authorial Practice Queer Iconography I thought I’d share the first project I worked on for my master’s. It’s completely different from anything I’ve ever done before. What

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Consensus, or, how we get things done Another of my posts about living in Beech Hill Community Co-operative Consensus means that we all agree on what we do. There are

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Just a quickie to say that I’ll be drawing a humorous monthly column illustration about single parenthood by Jonathan Taylor in local lifestyle magazine Exeter Living. I’ve created plenty of

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Labour

Housing co-op life: work Another blog post about living in a community co-operative I’ve started writing blog posts about living at Beech Hill Community Co-operative in Mid Devon, where I’ve

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housing co-op life: interaction

Interacting with Humans further housing co-op thoughts – this time on interacting with other humans Straight off the bat I am going to tell you that I am a person

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animals

My life in a rural housing co-op – an occasional blog. Part one: animals It was at the point of posting the second tweet above that I thought maybe I should

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Yule card – first linocut print

I can’t believe I haven’t shared this before now – my first ever linocut print, which I made at home without the aid of a press and which I used

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Linocut print of Divine – coming soon!

Part of the deal with my studying a part-time master’s at Falmouth University is access to my spiritual home, aka their print room. Some of the technology I have access

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Wild Sight art exhibition – photos!

I’ve finally got around to getting the photos for the exhibition I had with willow sculptor Woody Fox in Aberystwyth last autumn off my phone and onto the internet! I’ve been

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