I am delighted to announce we have reached just under (by a glorious £2.00!) 50% of our kickstarter crowdfunding goal … More
After Art School in 1966 I worked stoking boilers at a local telephone exchange from 6am until 2pm – just so I could paint in the afternoons. I then got a job at Rediffusion’s Graphics studios as someone there had seen my drawings and paintings in a graphic arts magazine, and they found me and hired me.
Jean, without any sense of irony said, “Mmmmmm, Mmmmm, Enjoy” as if she had presented an eight-course gourmet meal, arms triumphantly gesticulating towards the feast. The maid had very kindly cut the pizza into eight pieces that were no bigger than a minuscule Ortolan.
Kansai Yamamoto is that rare thing, a complete artist. His work covers design and so much more, it’s about fashion, … More
In 1966 I was commissioned to do some illustrations on the set of Kubrick’s 2001. This was an extraordinary … More
Really delighted that this is continuing – I have copied the press release below as I so like what they … More
I could never recall seeing pictures of her laughing so I was hoping that it would be a fun shoot and it turned out to be great.
David walked onto the studio back drop, I didn’t say a word and he just started looking over his shoulder and slowly revolving, going through a series of movements and I just kept on shooting. I didn’t want to miss a thing.
He had the most extraordinary way of playing the guitar using open tuning with his thumb over the top of the fretboard. The guitar almost became a part of him
While expounding what I though was a particularly important creative point there was an almighty crash of breaking glass and splintering wood from outside the room.