making note books for the craft fair.
This fella didn’t make it to the blog because he didn’t quite fit in. I think he is staying rather strong about it though. http://triple-hamburger-person.tumblr.com/
Experimenting around with gouache and pink and blue.
An edit of our recent production, Who Nose, put together by Andy Felton.
The illustrators had two weeks to adapt Gogol’s short story “The Nose” into a performance piece. We designed the sets, costumes and moving image projections, as well as writing and performing the script. More info on our backstage blog here.
Thanks to Irene Fuga and Jeremy Radvan for setting us such an ambitious brief - it was great fun!
I played the nose. Rather fun. Rather large costume. Rather.
Death’s bemused face. Mask for Terry Pratchett’s Mort. Crafted by myself with help from my Dad, in my dad’s garage! Photo by http://aloha-bonser-shaw.tumblr.com/
Myself with Carys the wonderful walking talking door! Costume made in one afternoon for Brighton Uni Drama’s production of Terry Pratchett’s Mort. Photographs by my friend Aloha.
My self and a rather tall Death! The large mask I crafted from a clay mold, plaster bandages and wire. Worn by Rob Dan who is peeping out between Deaths teeth. For the Brighton Uni Drama production of Mort. Photographed by my friend Aloha.
Betsy would never do that.
The highly tallented Disa Wallander and I have begun a collaboration blog filled with strange and magical creatures. We draw shapes and swap, draw details and swap until these guys emerge.
Disa’s blog- http://disawallander.tumblr.com/
Went to the British Museum. Did 1 minute sketches of these fellas and then visited the room of clocks.
Making the final props for Mort. Possibly the biggest creative project I have ever done and the first night is tonight. bluarghasdo;ihasd.
Poster Art work for an Oxford uni production of 1984.
sneak peak. Come see ‘Mort’ for the rest and much more. https://www.facebook.com/events/354367608006251/?fref=ts