Yes it's already been another year and they're back in full community spirited force! Read all about the joy of joys that is Surburban skiing and the souper (sorry!) heart-warming event of The Kings Soup here Get your vintage ski jumpers on and join in with the fun on Sunday 16th October!
A big THANKYOU to the wonderful Bowie Style for featuring some of my designs on her amazingly inspiring Print & Pattern blog yesterday! If you haven't found this blog and the books of the same name then you're in for a real treat, scoot on over there now by clicking here
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It's been a good long while since i've done some blogging so what better excuse than to say Hello and Hooray, for a little bird told me these beautiful rocking horses & pals featuring my button fabric design are now roaming the British Isles. See more of the gorgeous products from Little Bird Told Me here Images copyright Little Bird Told Me
If you're out and about in Hackney tonight or in the next month, why not pop in to see the 'East London Mornings' exhibition which is running from 17th May - 17th June at the Mouse&De Lotz Café 103 Shacklewell lane, London E8 2EB. The project run by photographer Katya Katkova features the finest cafés in East London, each illustrated by a different artist. Find out more here...
Fancy yourself as a champion sack racer? Enjoy spooning? (or egg and spoon racing?) Why not get yourself down to the fun-filled day that will be The Seething Community Sports Day and picnic in Seething, Surbiton on 7 May. For more info click here
Labels: Sports Day Poster
Out and about in trendy Farringdon tomorrow afternoon? Or even if you're not, why not pop into what's surely billed as London's exhibition of the year, featuring over 30 collaborators (including little old me), who have each created artwork inspired by and using one of Richard Watkins poems and ponderings. Find out about the venue here and more about the 'Take it and run' project here
The friendly folk at the Association of Illustrators have been kind enough to feature my illustration on their portfolio site this month, each month the theme changes, this months theme is 'Monsters' most fitting for this happy chap. To see the other selected images and to sign up to their inspirational UPmail, click here.
I had great fun designing this leaflet for Ashford Council, promoting the Arts in the local area through The Community Brain, a Community Interest Company dedicated to building stronger communities through culture and the arts. See my links to find out more about The Community Brain and their fantastic work...
Labels: leaflet design