Sunday, 22 December 2013

The Music LP Clock

Another recent commission requested on The Music LP. With the idea of fallen numbers, this design was commissioned for a gift and combines two lps to create a Wall Clock. 

Birthday LP Clock Commission

I was commissioned to produce an LP Clock for  a birthday gift. The design was based on favourite things and consisted of The Blues Brothers, Stoke City Football emblem and the number 22. I stenciled and painted The Blues Brothers on to the larger LP either side of one another. I then painted the Stoke City emblem on to a smaller LP. This is the progress of the clock and how it looks :)

Merry Christmas

I want to wish everyone that has supported me, followed me and purchased items from me, a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year for 2014. All we need now is some snow........ 

Thursday, 5 December 2013

Christmas Fair and Market

Christmas is just around the corner and to get in the spirit, I took part in the Christmas Fair and Market at The John Gober Centre in Hucknall, Nottingham. It was a busy turn out with lots spending their evening enjoying the event with music by the choir, food and lots of fun things for the kids.

My stall showcased some new work along with some previous stock and it was admired and loved. On show was my latest LP record art that I have now progressed into Clocks which seemed to be very popular. Another favourite were the screen printed baby vests that were designed and screen printed by myself in my studio. I have shared some pictures of my stall and the event. If anyone is interested in any of my items or a commissioned piece, i.e canvas wall art or LP art/clock then feel free to drop me an email:

Sunday, 1 December 2013

Christmas is coming

It's the 1st of December and it will soon be Christmas before you can blink. I thought I would share a bit of Christmas spirit with you all 

Screen Printing Project

Screen Printing is something I got to try whilst on my Art and Design course at Halesowen College and really enjoyed it. It wasn't until I rented a studio at Staffordshire University in Stoke on Trent, that I got to do it all over again. 

I wanted to do some more screen printing but this time I have made my own screens and I am doing a handmade version of screen printing. This week I have been making and preparing the screens ready to expose my designs. The screens are drying as we speak. If you would like to know how to go about this process then I would be more than happy to share. 

I managed to get hold of some small screens and have stapled Screen Printing mesh to them tightly and then used Diazo Speedball Photo Emulsion to coat my screens ready for the next step. 

Here are some pictures for you to take a look at my progress.