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The flyer for the Manly Zine Fair is out. Picture by me. It’s getting to be a tradition. I’ll have to break that soon enough.

The Zine Fair is on the Saturday the 20th of September, 11am to 2pm. I’ll be running a zine/bookbinding workshop of varying quality during the fair. Lets see if I can beat last years class size of two.

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Fri 19 Sep – Sat 4 Oct 2014
Time
10:00am – 10:30pm
Venue:
Waterloo Library
770 Elizabeth Street, Waterloo
Price
Free
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Catch Redfern artist Visionary Nicholas Beckett’s (little ole me) exhibition of 101 (actually I think there will be more and there will be some life sized protesters, six I think and hope) colour prints of protesters, on display inside Waterloo Library’s Cabinet of The Less Considered. Write your own placard and place it in one of the library’s freestanding holders. (FOR ALL AGES)
  • Monday to Thursday: 10am to 6pm
  • Friday: 10am to 5pm
  • Saturday: 11am to 4pm
  • Sunday: Closed

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Making up some protesters for my new picture party next month at Waterloo Library. Opening on the, say, 19th of September or thereabouts. We’re kind of gatecrashing art and about.

Songs from the Spleen. Get it here

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It won’t be long. In fact it’s here now. Songs of Protest number 9. Songs that beat in time. Because protesting needs some good songs. Oh and there’s a couple of Beatles references in there, in case you didn’t notice.


16 pages of colourful angry friends. 7cm X 10cm. (A7 size).

Printed in FULL COLOUR on recycled paper for what it’s worth, on my evil HP laser printer.

Hand sewn by me or the lovely Rosina. Whoever has the time.

Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 – Number 9 –

Hot on the heels on my last non-seller Songs of Protest number 11, here’s another. I’ll keep at it. The less I sell the better, as it keeps me angry. Angry as all hell.

Get it HERE

Why won’t you listen!!!!

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The choice was taken out of my hands. I was going to stop doing my the markets anyway, as all I was doing was paying the stall rent. It’s all very nice being out there, and people saying nice things about my artwork. But, really I’m quite happy to spend that Sunday at home and make no money.  But the markets decided that they would pull the plug before I got the chance to quit. Now I’m really kind of pissed.

So this will be your last chance. I will continue to do the occasional zine fair, as they are fun, and cost nothing to do. I’m also pulling my work out of all retail outlets. I’m going to remove all my artwork from Redbubble at the end of the year. That’s it!!

Don’t expect any bargains. What I don’t sell goes on the Barbeque. So stay away vultures. You didn’t want it before. You don’t get it for free now.

But don’t worry, I will never stop making art. I’m just stopping making product.

Eveleigh Artisans Market. Last one ever, Wilson St, Darlington NSW. Sunday the 1st of December 2013.

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The children’s book, by Mr. Scott Gibson, has entered the next phase of it’s evolution. Today the first ever performance happened. We all lost out and didn’t see it. Tomorrow it’s on in Robertson NSW. After that it will run for three more weekends in the Southern Highlands of NSW, only to disappear into the ether once again.

Don’t miss your chance!!!

Buy your tickets on the official Waffy Waf site

Click HERE

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kh phill backThe latest issue of the zine I’m doing with the notorious Katie Haegele, is done and I’ll have copies ready for the Eveleigh Artisans Markets this Sunday the 5th of October down on Wilson St Darlington. Yeah

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