I must start by apologising for my horrendous lack of posts in recent weeks. I have been up to my eyeballs in projects and organising stuff that i just haven’t had the time to even blink at my wordpress.
Right then, here is something that I’ve been involved with in the last week and that is the launch of a new pop up shop, just in time for December. If you are in Brighton this month then you should definitely come down and check it out.
Showing work from over 20 artists, we have an amazing array of arts and crafts that you wont find many other places this December.
You really can’t go wrong with purchases from this shop. And not only that but the majority of artists have submitted a one colour design for a screen print which you can get exclusively in store and see it being printed in front of your very eyes on to tee shirts and paper!!
We are open from the 1st Dec until the 24th. Mon- Sat 10am – 7pm Sun 11am – 5pm.
Once again, I am posting about the Badger Cull debate. The petition is still out there and needs to be signed. An amazing response so far with 156,000 signatures, however anyone that believes this is wrong and hasn’t signed needs to do so. Sign here
The good news is that this is now due for debate in Parliament, but it aint over yet.
In other Stop the Cull news there is a Love the Badger flash mob dance this weekend in Parliament Square from 2pm and Trafalgar Square from 3.30pm on Sunday the 21st October. Organised by the great folks at Artful Badger. More info here – ShnufleShnuffle.
And finally…My image of the Badgerfaced Blues that i painted on a shutter in Brighton as my response to the proposed cull was reposted on the RSPCA official facebook page and got nearly 900 likes. Very proud of that.
For more info on Badgers, The Cull debate and other preventative action against the cull visit these sites….
Well, I tell ya, I must have been snoozing as I totally missed out on posting this bit of timelapse that POOKA did for Playgroup Festival this year. Again, the Festival was an awesome one, with a fantastic line up and amazing people to boot.
This project was from last year and I’m only just getting around to posting the pics.
Gobi is a Mongolian barbeque restaurant in Brighton. I was asked to come in and brighten up the cloakroom.
The designs are not my own work, but the work of a Mongolian artist named G.Batchuluun.
Both pieces are from batik style paintings. The first depicting the goddess of Art ‘Yanjinlkham’ and the second depicting Ghengis Khan. Link to these images here – Mongolian Shop
It was interesting to paint in this style as they have a slightly buddhist art style to them. Something that I felt that I explored a little bit more on my travels in India a couple of months after this.
As part of the Waste of Space project, Grafik Warfare are to be doing a small show on the weekend of the 18th, 19th 20th May.
There shall also be an open day on the Thursday 17th from 1pm – 4pm and a private view from 6pm – 9pm.
The Waste of Space project is part of Brighton Fringe and is about highlighting the use of empty shops and buildings in Brighton.
Grafik Warfare have the shop to exhibit works and there shall also be some doodling sessions going on.
On the 19th and 20th there are spray painting workshops for ages over 12. Sessions run for an 1hr and 15 mins and cost £10 per person. This price includes tuition, paint and a canvas.
For more info call me on 07863364314 or email firstname.lastname@example.org