Friday, 28 January 2011


Watching Tracks on Arte this evening showing some nice artists, as well as some strange japanese porn.

Robin Meier showed this mosquito buzzing to some indian music. I couldn't understand a lot, Robin Meier was explaining in French and a German man spoke over him. The design and set up looked really interesting.

Céleste Boursier-Mougenot, whose birds on guitars video is well known. The birds are the cutest birds ever. And the whole concept is really nice. I always imagined Céleste to be a lady.

And the reason I was watching the programme - Yuri Suzuki.

Sunday, 16 January 2011


Stomachache are two japanese sisters, Tomoe and Nobue. They are ace. I'm in love with everything on their website.

Jerry Hsu

Goodbye for Good.

Jerry Hsu's exhibition catalogue shows a collection of photos that follows his interest in the loneliness and injuries suffered by strangers and friends, a lot of whom are fellow skateboarders. Ryan McGinley writes in the catalogue of Hsu 'He's like "fuck everything" but also "I love cats!"'

Also check out TABLE FOR ONE, Hsu's collection of solo diners taken on his camera phone.

Photos via HUH. Magazine

Tuesday, 11 January 2011

Ich verstehe kein Rugby.

A night of an electrified brain, caused me to wake up this morning thinking I was a member of Limp Bizkit and finding this tiny zine about Rugby - aimed at Germans, by someone not German.


 An app for some Nieves Zines. Including Stefan Marx's "Andere Mutter haben auch schöne Töchter".

Monday, 10 January 2011

Pete Willis

Argh! Pete Willis is ace! Once again I have stumbled across another recent Camberwell graduate (this can happen when perusing their Degree Show page Save Our Souls), Pete has some beautiful work, and if you check out his website you can find a whole shop of zines, next to a showcase of his illustrations, his own zines and other merchandise for purchasing. A definite must visit.

Sunday, 9 January 2011

Feeling Sketchy

Feeling a bit sketchy having fallen ill under the flu, but I am going through sketches to use for my portfolio. Rugby has taken my interest this week.

Don't forget to comment on my last post to win a mix-cd with personally drawn cd cover!


I am very interested to know if anyone reads my blog on a regular basis, and if so I would like to say "hello" to you, and give you have a mix-cd with a self designed cover (theme being mustachios) as a thank you. Just say hello in a comment allowing some way for me to contact you further.

In the unlikely event of an onslaught of comments, I shall make the first FIVE comments to mix-cd winners :) 

Oscar Bolton Green

These lovely illustrations from recent Camberwell Graduate, Oscar Bolton Green, have certainly cheered me up during the dark, sick ridden, early days of 2011.

He's done a marvellous book on Bird Beaks, and another on Football Stadiums. There's much more delightful work to be seen on his website and on his blog is the opportunity to see the initial drawings for some of those projects.