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Friday, 17 October 2014

Where the Poppies Grow

This November will be the 100 year anniversary of World War 1.

A few months ago I was asked to design a special commemorative tea towel to go with local Whitstable poet and ex-soldier Ron Cove's poem, "Where the Poppies Grow".

The Tea Towel is now up for sale on Lea Ray's website, with all profits being donated to Help for Heroes, a charity whose main aim is to help those soldiers wounded in war.

You can buy the tea towel here:

Wednesday, 26 March 2014

Finished Whitstable tea towel

The tea towel I designed for Mosaic in Whitstable is now fully printed, packaged and available to buy. The tea towel features a two colour screen printed design on 100% unbleached cotton.

I'm now working on a little range of products with this design and tote bags are next.

I'm hoping to get some better photographs soon!

Sunday, 16 March 2014

Seagfried and Friends

I've not been keeping this blog up to date recently, but will try and do better from now on!

For the past month our limited edition screen print has been on sale at the Turner and on their online shop.

It turned out to be a fairly big piece, just under A2 in size. No wonder my arms and shoulders hurt so much after printing them!

You can buy the print and also the matching series of greetings cards at the Turner or on their online shop: here

Tuesday, 21 January 2014

Bit of Fawn and Thistle blogger love

The lovely Beki, over at Smock to Frock, has reviewed a few of our products.

picture courtesy of Beki at Smock to Frock.

I love that she's photographed them on an amazing pair of antlers, she seems to share Fawn and Thistle's love of animals and anything Stag related.

Be sure to check out her lovely blog.

Tuesday, 7 January 2014

A Flock of Seagulls

Tomorrow I'm going to be screen printing a new design by Fawn and Thistle (myself and Sangita Southgate), specially commissioned by the Turner Contemporary to tie in with their upcoming Helen Frankenthaler exhibition this January

For this, there has been quite a few bird illustrations going on:

Also starting to think about screen printing t shirts in the near future, mainly because I really want a bear tshirt....

Friday, 3 January 2014

Happy (Belated) New Year

I can't say 2013 was my best year (but it was at least better than 2012!), however, I did finish and pass my MA, get a job as a graphic design lecturer and start what will hopefully be a successful business. So, looking to the future, hopefully 2014 will be amazing.

Anyone have any good New Year's resolutions? Mine is to procrastinate less....already been failing at that though.

Tuesday, 3 December 2013

Giant Sea monsters

Here's the black and white version of an illustration I've been commissioned to do for some Whitstable tea towels.

I now want to do a massive map covered in giant sea creatures. Fish are scary.