Boys Who Draw Collective

Tuesday, 22 December 2009

Season's Greeting

As this year now comes to it's end
and winters grip let's snow descend
We thank you all for stopping by
to see our work so hard we try

And for those who've stopped by now and then
we'll see you all in 2010
so although we've never met before
We wish you a Merry Christmas from the Boys Who Draw

Friday, 18 December 2009

Late at the Tate

If you're in London on the 8th January you can see some of my work in the show 'Quiet Voices' at Late at the Tate Britain. It's an audio visual piece inspired by the Jokulsarlon glacial lagoon in Iceland. Click here for full details. Below is an image of the work being filmed.

Friday, 11 December 2009

Anorak Magazine

The new winter edition of Anorak magazine is out now and features some of my work alongside the likes of Rob Lowe (Supermundane) Sarah Lippett, Jeremyville, and many more.

Ipswich-City of culture

Saw this cracker this morning. I don't know whose idea this is? We've only just had electricity installed in the town.

Thursday, 10 December 2009

Tree:Mix collaboration

I was asked to create a poster design to kick off a collaborative design project for The second image has just been created by Gordon Reid from Middleboop. The image will then be passed on for other designers to manipulate further.

Wednesday, 2 December 2009

In the cloud kingdom kingdom

Today I visited the Lemon libray. I read all of it's 2000 books in just under an hour. This was made possible by it's restless clock searching endlessly for it's atomic signal. My favourite book was 'How to humour weasels' by Claude Hunch.

Tuesday, 1 December 2009


Hello there, it's December 1st so that means that it's time for me to take over the blog this month!. First of all thank you to Simon Corry for some cracking posts and some great interviews too! So I'll try and make it interesting etc and post as often as possible. New work, pictures of kittens and picturesque views of Ipswich all to follow but to kick things off, here's a man in a tall hat.