Monthly archive: September 2011
ABC with Pinocchio I’ve just finished my latest artist’s book and it’s currently on show/for sale on the KALEID editions stall at the London Art Book Fair at the Whitechapel Gallery. It’s called ABC with Pinocchio and features the little puppet making the shapes of the alphabet. After a while he starts to forget his […]
Lino Richie, originally uploaded by John Scarratt. Genius. Why didn’t I think of this?
Here’s a sneak preview of some of the pages from my new book, provisionally called Pinocchio ABC. It’s printed with lots of fiddly small pieces of lino which I carved to make the body parts. As Pinocchio progresses through the alphabet he finds it harder and harder to remember his ABC’s with hilarious consequences! (as […]
I’m running two linocut workshops next month as part of Pushing Print in Margate. Come along and learn the basic techniques in a friendly informal atmosphere… Inking a lino block Linocut for Beginners workshop with Nick Morley Sunday 9th October 2.30 – 5.30pm£15/£10 concessions Learn how to design, carve and print your very own linocut. […]
Today I was supposed to be doing other things but my brain wouldn’t let me do the things I was supposed to be doing so I decided to muck about instead. I found some little linocuts I made a while back and decided to try out my new water-based inks from Atlantis, a big art […]
Bill Fick – Skullarek 2 Well, that’s what I’m aiming for! This October I’m putting together a show of some of my favourite linocut artists. There’s Bill Fick, an American artist who makes big, cartoonish prints of skulls, zombies and devils. Then there’s Mark Andrew Webber, a young British linocutter who specialises in enormous typographic […]