Manly library is getting me to run some workshops in June on how to make street art. It’s kind of hilarious really, but there you go.
I like that it mentions that I started my bullshit arts festival. Which reminds me I should be doing a bit more of that.
Hot on the heels of my previous collection, here is another lot of cards I made for friends and work friends.
16 pages of love in full colour in A6 size.
I’m going to take it easy on these this year as I have a picture party coming up in August and need to work on that. Available at my ETSY store.
So I’ve still been making zines and not bothering to put them in my shop. So I’ll be spending today fixing that up. On the off chance that anyone in the world had the slightest interest.
Yes it’s out now. You can buy your copy online now at THIS LINK
See previous posts for more details.
You can find more about Elizabeth HERE
I hope the wait was worth it. Over three years in fact. The Otley Butterfly is the story of Elizabeth J. M. Walkers grandmother in World War Two, and how she formed friendships over enemy lines. Just the people caught up in a war they didn’t create.
I hope I’ve done it justice.
I’ll have it at the Manly Zine Fair this Saturday. Be one of the first in the world to get a copy. I am sending copies right now to Elizabeth who is going to have a book event on the 26th of September. I’ll keep you informed of that when I find out.
Elizabeth is a writer who wrote the script for this wordless Graphic Novella. You can find more about her on her website.
Her new novel “She Dreamed of Dragons,” is out now.
I’ve previously illustrated two of her fairy tales which are available in my ETSY shop.
I’ll be selling my usual garbage, and also running quick HOW TO zines workshops from my table which I’m hoping will annoy the other zine people around me. It goes from 11am till 4pm, which I think is a bit long to put on a grumpy face. It’s at Glebe Town Hall which is in St John Road if I remember correctly.
Hope you can make it.
More information HERE
I put some new zines and things on ETSY, so I can give them more money not to sell my zines.
I’m sure they’re having it tough as they’ve just been listed on my old friend the Stock Exchange.
If only we could put our souls on the Stock Exchange.
We could, if we still owned them.
I’ll be at the Easter Show tomorrow mostly showing how to make mini folded zine. But there will be people there who know what they’re doing. Come along and see the flower displays where a friend has won a prize.
Songs from the Spleen. Get it here