The Untimeliness of Personal Epiphanies Forgotten and Misremembered By Ian Cooke-Tapia Started in late-2015, finished on the second day of 2019 © Marinacco, Shutterstock It was a flurry of caffeine overdose as I went from [...]
My own story was of fragments and incomplete exploration I wandered Glasgow for five days, and in that quintuple I came to realise that we experience urban transience as flashes of narratives (flash fiction, if [...]
Bedazzled: A Warm-up with Coral Walls By Ian Cooke-Tapia as ouitlined by SlapHop Continued from A Prologue with an Electric Hum The fluffy, four-legged sausage yipped happily as it snuggled its nose against her gloved [...]
Glasgow is grimy; it is sooth-stains marred against attention-grabbing plastic; it is post-industrial abandonment displayed as old red stone crumbling. I hear it is flames dancing in art schools and I saw traffic cone [...]
K convinces her two friends to visit a brand new leisure centre that is the talk of the town. With its decorated walls and disciplines some of them have always dreamed of trying, this place has more on offer than eye-catching designs on the walls and pretty women in skin-tight outfits that one can’t help but stare at too long... The classes here are designed to not just improve your body, but your entire way of seeing the world.
Applying to awards can force you to up your illustration game, as well as give you an incite into what the market likes.
The Mind's Vulture takes and leaves nothing behind. An fantasy epic poem inspired by mind control eroticism.
An experiential critique of Áine O'Dwyer’s performance for Scottish Sculpture Workshops: Edge Effects, at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow