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Thought for the Day

Thought for the Day

Gormenghast Tree

Gormenghast Tree

ink / illustration board   2014


The Udder woman-killer of cows

The Udder woman-killer of cows

Watercolour  / ink / paper. size : 20.5″ x 14″ approx. 1977 For sale : £4,000


Snake woman

Snake woman

Ink on illustration board  1970′s  


Seven

Seven

Animus

Animus

Illustration for M. John. Harrison story pencil/ montage/ ink  


Section 22 GI

Section 22 GI

ink on illustration board 2014


Gormenghast tree.

Gormenghast tree.

Savonarola

Savonarola

I was very lucky. We had a large portrait of  Girolamo Savonarola on the wall with a special backlit fire effect. I use to warm my hands on it in the winter. There was a soundtrack of  crackling wood and screams in the beginning. My mother said it was  extremely distasteful, and complained to my [...]


Wenn Nur

Wenn Nur

Ice Walkers

Ice Walkers

You could hear it cracking underfoot size: 40″ x 54″ Condensed charcoal, crayon, montage on paper. 1980′s  


Blood buckets

Blood buckets

1980′s  4′x5′  approx . paper ,compress charcoal, montage, oil stick.


Jam Double

Jam Double

Why eat jam, when you can keep bees? Why do you never see a rainbow from the side?


Max is Dead

Max is Dead

Born: Ferdinand Maximilian Joseph 6th July 1832 Declared himself Emperor of Mexico 10th April 1864 Captured and executed 1867. Oil stick on paper 4′ x 5′ approx


Hilda is not pleased

Hilda is not pleased

Red Dragon Tree 1

Red Dragon Tree 1

  ink / pencil / illustration board. size 45cm x28cm       2014


The Cart

The Cart

Laisse Faire

Laisse Faire

Section Rift X

Section Rift X

2010 Pen /ink


Transmaniacon

Transmaniacon

Record cover: gate- fold sleeve –red vinyl record. Released soon.


The Broken Diary

The Broken Diary

  Available from:  Oneiros Books Published March 2014 http://www.paraphiliamagazine.com/oneirosbooks/                                     Reviews This book is very frustrating, just like peak hour commercial television. There are so many breaks and interruptions, that you lose track of  what you are watching, [...]


Tales of London 1

Tales of London 1

Vulture

Vulture

Ruin

Ruin

No advance in wealth, no softening of manners, no reform or revolution has ever brought human equality a millimeter nearer. (George Orwell)