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INKY CONDITIONS – The Setlist

Received an email yesterday from a lovely person wanting a whole stack of prints from Inky Conditions. She’d patiently and generously spent, in her words, ‘a pleasant half hour’, selecting works on my website – and went on to send … Continue reading

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With the Birds

I was sitting in a little park – a shared garden area – just off Baker Street. It was a Saturday morning and I was waiting for my slot at the barbershop just around the corner. I was early. I … Continue reading

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Cometh the INKY CONDITIONS

Putting Christmas back up the loft, into argumentative boxes. In the ensuing mental clarity (the rush of the roof’s air) a realisation that if people don’t know me then they cannot know me. Thus goes the gift with which I … Continue reading

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INKY CONDITIONS – Dementia Has Dad

A bad week leads to something maybe good. I visited Dad and he didn’t know who I was. Sat in the car and wept. The next day showing a lovely friend the progress of my illustration series, INKY CONDITIONS (also … Continue reading

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Inky Conditions #1 – The Cat That Thought About It

Introducing (hereabouts at least), my new collation of all things narratively, naturally, inky. Inky Conditions. That’s Inky (let the records show) Conditions. In this first epic tale, a cat thinks about It. I like how this happened in frame 3.

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It is Both

It is Benches. It is Wizzers. Why is It? It is Both.  

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Rhubarb for the People

I was planning a post about re-joining our local library – and what I found in there – but I’m gonna knock that over into the next one. Because mainly here’s a thing I made called Rhubarb for the People. … Continue reading

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