Saturday, 16 July 2016

Adam and Hawa

7 days to make the bread,
the eyes, the nose and then the head.
14 hours to kneed the body,
the arms and then the legs.
28 minutes to bake in all,
nice and crisp and then wait till cold.

w/n: Hawa is Eve's Muslim name, both of whom are mentioned in the holy Quran, having been created, Allah took a rib from Adam and created Eve (did that hurt? maybe we should call it rib break and not heartache?), he then taught them how to plant and plow and sow seeds upon the Earth, there was no great sin or idea of such a thing in the holy book in regards to Hawa. 
Allah taught the first man and woman how to make food, and bread. Bread the staple of a persons diet in any country, it is a common type of food that unites us, chappati from south east asia, breads of brilliant large fluffy and generouse shapes in Africa, to the everyday sliced bread you can find in a supermarket or in Greggs, or great baked sweet and flavour filled breads of Germany and France. 

Thursday, 7 July 2016

Black and Blue - an inspirational zine

Words have become my constant, as an artist and writer.
At last.

The above images are from a zine I created specifically for a writer at Nanowrimo during the July campnanowrimo. I will upload it at some point and have it available online hopefully, but if anyone would like to have a digital copy just send me a message or leave a comment.
Spent a full day working on the zine and then putting it together was an interesting process, playing with and resizing images and text so the file was a smaller size and easily transferable. 
Idea of the zine is that is it an inspiring goodybag with images and words and phrases. Black and Blue is a play on that idea of physcially being beaten, a great metaphor, but one I wanted to soften and maybe tilt onto its head, implying that the process of writing can somtimes make you sore and leave you with bruises or areas that are are sesntitive too.
Again note the play with fonts and found words. 

Tuesday, 28 June 2016

[Archive] John Lewis Summer 2014 Edition

Brilliant geometrics - imagine geometrics made out of basketry weaving....
 pink and gold wth this fish like scales repeat

love the skirt and trousers with the florals drawn like on white fabric.

Vibrant colours and beautiful florals.

John Lewis (2014) Edition. Summer 2014. 

Monday, 30 May 2016

Found: flyers, folklore and colour drops

Check out these vibrant colour palettes. 
Love the Slug and Lettuce's beautiful print 
for the Christmas period. 
Beautiful little twinkle lights.

Thursday, 19 May 2016


Content coming soonish, more stuff being worked on, and studio practice is back up and running. At last!