Part of an ongoing series of digitally altered photographs, which I'll be posting over the next few weeks...
Tuesday, 17 November 2015
A daft little story spun out from several comments on the "What is Home?" questionnaire about sharing a house with animals. All in aid of subverting the Lakes Tourist Board's effort to get away from just hills, mountains and Beatrix Potter, of course!
Wednesday, 11 November 2015
I made a mistake with the first run of my book "Voices of the Other Day", which I was selling at Lakes International Comic Art Festival, and accidentally reprinted the cover inside. This had the effect of offsetting and breaking up a lot of the double-page spreads - something that I used a lot in that book, in the stories "Footnote in History", "Lists of Unsolved Problems" and "What can we tell the trees?".
If you bought one of these from me, email me at email@example.com with a photo of yourself holding the book with the interior "cover" visible, and I'll get a corrected copy out to you free of charge. If I gave you a freebie copy, email me and I'll send you a corrected PDF for double-page appreciation moments!
The remaining "offset" copies are on sale in my store at cost price (that's GBP3.00 plus postage), along with all my other books. Free laminated bookmarks with all orders while they last.
To whet your appetites, just look at these gorgeous designs, for example...
Tuesday, 10 November 2015
Tuesday, 3 November 2015
From the "What Is Home?" exhibition/book (see sidebar - all proceeds to Kendal YWCA)
In the occupied West Bank, I've been told that it's common practice for the Israeli "settlers" to st up towns near Palestinian ones, with very similar names, and remove roadsigns, amenities, even roads, effectively wiping the older settlement from the map.