Wednesday, 9 December 2009



This is our table at the Sutton House craft fair, which was by all accounts a very christmas-y day!
This is Dan and Laura my studio mates who were selling Dan's fantastic circus inspired decorations and cards. Which can be seen here The Shop Floor Project as see the wallpaper department for more of his lush designs.

Friday, 4 December 2009



present and correct

Yellow Owl Workshop (not strictly christmas but still lush)
Ok Interrupt

Mr. Bowlegs


Recently met Mike from We Make T-Shrits It's the fox design that I especially like. They've been printing a lot at print club There seem to be lots of screen printers lurking behind closed doors (or should I say screens) in East London right now.

Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Thursday, 26 November 2009


These are the cards that will be on sale at Sutton House on Saturday 5th Dec.


As I now share a studio with a group of other printers, we have got together and decided to sell our prints cards and all things Christmasy at Sutton house fair. Come along it's going to be lush!

Wednesday, 25 November 2009


Christmas cards being printed now. News to come soon. x

Monday, 20 July 2009


As I was finishing my own MA, I didn't get to see the Royal College of Art show. I've just been checking it out online and came across the pieces below by Claas Gutsche Although in black and white his prints still really remind me of Peter Doig (and any excuse to post a doig image). There's definiately a new interest in the Suburban going on at the RCA as quite a few works have references to the outedges of cities. I think urban birds would fit into this category of everyday subject matter.


Below are some more photos from the Urban Birds print series. There is also a Seagull print of mine, winging it's way to Austrailia as it was purchased and requested to be sent there (There is something quite satisfiying about the thought of it).

My other news is that, after a long time of being jealous of print studios and studio's in general, I have now taken the plunge and joined a group of silk screen prints. I move in next week so photos to follow. I'm can't express my excitiment about this - they are such an active and knowledgable group. There is talks of doing a show for London Design Week in the pub that the studio is ajoining (it doesn't get better than that)

Also starting to create new prints for t-shirts and a series so there'll be some new photos soon.

Tuesday, 30 June 2009


My final show was last week, many thanks to everyone who made it down, including Keith and Mark from mini moderns!!! I was fantastic evening and everyone seemed to be responding well to the work. More pics to come x

Saturday, 20 June 2009


The pigeons are multiplying! This T-shirts were inspired by my good friend and photographer Anna Leader who told me she calls her boyfriend Le pigeon as it means fool in French - hence the french style striped tees.


check out my new print website  have launched a collection of stationery - which includes 3 A5 notebooks, and 2 handy jotters. All made in the UK with 100% recycled paper. See more info.about the books below. They will also be a Bubble London, this sunday at the Business Design Centre, Islington.

The books feature our original pattern designs, and offer suggestions of their usage.
'Memorabilia' - features the much talked about "Ruby" photograph album print
'Let's get Busy' - features the "Nana" jigsaw print - which is perfect for planning projects
'Go to Town' - is backed with the Mini Moderns' print of houses in one of our signature colours - milk chocolate

And the jotters - which are ideal for satchels or handbags -
'Timely Reminders' - features our 'Tick Tock' print
and 'Let's make a List' - features our "Six of One" print

Sunday, 14 June 2009


EVERY MINUTE SHOULD BE ENJOYED - This is the instruction we were given at the start of our MA printmaking from University of Brighton. In a tongue in cheek referrence to this we have chosen it for our graduation show name. Of course on the night of the private view every minute will be enjoyed! Come down and join me for drinks and prints.

Wednesday, 29 April 2009


Here's some lovely screen prints from Susie Q and the owls, which I think would be a great band name as well, should she ever want to diversify. Here's what she has to say :-

"Susie Wright aka 'Susie Q and the Owls', works across multiple disciplines, from screen-printing to typography to 3D. Her Scottish heritage has greatly influenced her as an illustrator, with landscapes, animals and plants featuring heavily in her body of work: 'I see it as a way of being closer to the landscapes in the highlands, which I experienced so much growing up'. Whilst she is inspired by the abundance of creativity she's stumbled across in London and the contrast 'between the built up environment of London life and the sparseness of buildings and people in the highlands', she refers to her drawings as a 'coping mechanism' for being so far away from home."

Tuesday, 28 April 2009


This work by Richard Woods is like a dream - it's colourful, hyper real cartoon images placed into domestic settings. Imagine living with floor boards in black outlines and bright blinging colours that pinging out at you as get out of bed in the morning. The fact that this work manages to cross several boundaries makes it even more intriguing. The sideboard below is a collaboration with Sebastian Wrong for established & sons. However Woods has also existed in artworld, showing in galleries for many years now. The most recent work is part of "The Nature Show" at Rubenstein gallery in New York until May 23rd. I'm not sure I could live in Woods world but it's extremely refreshing to visit and be bould over by it's pinging colour.