I'm really enjoying drawing these wonky stripes at the moment.
I got to sneak up to the top of the Victoria & Albert museum for Keiichi Matudas Prism. The second photo is on the East London line. It wriggles around as the train turns round corners and you really do feel like you are in some gigantic worm. And there's some pictures of the studio under the railway. And a letter to my penpal.
I did this messy experiment so that no one else has to. It's called a bacterial garden. After a few months (that were supposed to be a few weeks according to my instructions) the mud turns green at the top, red in the middle and bluey at the bottom.
I sort of wish I had this record player. It's nice. Although I think I'd prefer a wooden 1970s technics one. I deleted all the photos I saved already or I could show you some really nice ones.
I'm making a print for A.Gallery in Glasgow. The print will be in this show from the 28th September to the 20th October.
I'm printing at the lovely Peckham Print Studio. It's underneath a railway bridge/train station. I can hear all the announcements and trains shaking past. And they have a sunny rooftop garden too. They only just opened and I highly recommend them if you are in London.
The Hunt & Darton performance art cafe at the Edinburgh festival at the top. Then a puzzle we completed and our victory hand poses. And then a real life Edinburgh cafe. Lovecrumbs. I like everything about this place apart from the little bit of water spilt next to the plant in that photo. Which is just annoying.
The London Olympics are exciting. Went on the London eye last night and we could see into the stadium as they played volleyball. There are coloured flags all over. And a lot of people walking around with purpose.
All the photos here are sunny but there are a lot of storms too. I started drawing a comic. It's fun.