So it’s still in the works, but I’m drawing away when I can to get Elizabeth J. M. Walker’s book of tales, “The Boy Who Owned The Forest,” finished.
Here is a preview of one of my favourite stories “The Winter Of The River.” There is still much to do, but I’ll get there.
I’ve had the greatest honour to draw pictures for Katie Haegele’s latest zine about Christmas. We didn’t quite get it together to print it before Christmas, but the stories are lovely and sad and I think they can be read at any time of the year.
Christmas, time to get your melancholy on.
I find that there’s a lot of controversy surrounding the right time to take down one’s Christmas tree, including the idea that there is a right time. I see people’s frizzled trees lying on the curb as late as February, which gives me the willies. I have inherited my mother’s fussy, snobbish belief that the only acceptable time to take down the tree is on the Epiphany, the 12th day of Christmas. I can’t believe I care about this, but I do.
Katie Haegele 2016
My friends want to go for a walk.
I’ll be there today with A4 prints of my protesting friends. Also cards, zines and other crap.
Today at 74 – 76 Pyrmont Bridge Road, Camperdown, NSW.
11am to 4pm.
So I’m running Street Art workshops for teenagers at Manly Library every Tuesday through June. But as I’m pretty chicken shit, I’m going for the angle of how not to get in trouble by the law. So it’s all temporary and not actually defacing anything.
First one on Tuesday the 7th of June is on how to make tie-up or tags that you tie to street furniture, poles and fences.
To book or read more click HERE
I will also have on display some of the large protesters last seen in public in 2014 at Waterloo Library. They’ve been itching to get out. Their time has come.