Tag Archives: art

“muse #5”

I had a small epiphany recently. I’d borrowed a book on the relationship between the painter Klimt and the architect Hoffman. Always one of my favourite eras, fin de siècle Vienna, I finally realised that the work’s graphic and stylised line work was what I was digging! Whether it’s Art Nouveau or comics it’s the […]


The idea of exhibiting my work has come up again. Back in the day, when I was either dropping out of art school (or trying to get back in), I drew a couple of versions of the idea of being a throwback. Against the high water mark of installations and the like, super old school […]


Not much in this one. Been thinking about restarting some dormant projects, rebooting as it were. Liked the word. Drew a picture. That’s about it!

What makes something valuable?

I’m reading a sci fi novel where there are matter compilers than can 3D print things at the atomic level, essentially eliminating “poverty” as everyone can eat the printed food and be clothed in printed clothing. The people who invented the machines are very wealthy, but do not eat or use anything created by the […]