This was inspired by a Japanese myth about how the sun and the moon went their separate ways. The moon god Tsukiyomi kills the food-goddess after she vomits up rice, fish and game infront of him! He mentions this to the sun-goddess who is so furious with him that she refuses to meet him face to face ever again, and so the day and night are always apart. So here in my picture he’s carrying his night away with him.
Experimenting with lino cut. These are destined for a 2 colour textile print I’m working on which will have lots of other creatures and humans rattling around in it.
A screenprinted poster commissioned for Bath International Music Festival May 2014.
I was wondering how an ostrich would trash a hotel room? More animals in hotel rooms coming soon…
This design is printed on a thick linen/cotton for curtains and upholstery. I designed it a few years ago and have been printing it up for a while, but I’ve just started having it screenprinted elsewhere, which is a great relief! My contact email is on my ‘About’ page if you’re interested in having some.
I made this screenprinted illustration recently for the interior design magazine World of Interiors.
Queen Victoria apparently had wicked wit and held her own in a man’s world..