That time a burglar stole one of my tablets after hearing a talk about preparing for the worst.
A Soap from Sofia Some objects are just that; obects. Until you hear about their story, then they become more than that – a signifier of time, of place, of experience. Even though it is [...]
image by Paul Granjon A Summer Solstice Evening in a Shopping Centre Basement by Ian Cooke-Tapia written one rainy morning on 25/6/2019 I walked down escalators that didn’t move, into a darkened basement with tall [...]
Three sketches seen from an office in Cardiff Bay. People loitering across from me, picking up children, or simply working security for a film location.
Drawings of the children’s parade of the Surva Festival in Pernik, Bulgaria
Applying to awards can force you to up your illustration game, as well as give you an incite into what the market likes.
An experiential critique of Áine O'Dwyer’s performance for Scottish Sculpture Workshops: Edge Effects, at the Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow
Un ensayo sobre identidad nacional, símbolos patrios, cultura, y el proceso de creatividad como agente de cambio.
A look at the direct historical and technological line connecting videogame music from the '80s and 90s to the futurist machinist Luigi Russolo. The Art of Noise gave birth to chiptune music.