This morning, thanks to my World of Interiors magazine and the internet, I have been on a wonderful journey. It started with an article in WOI about a frenchman called Francois Michaud who decorated his house in Masgot (central France) with wonderful statues that he… Read More
After a false start and perhaps the best coffee I’ve ever had (thank you Gail’s Bakery), my mother and I took off for the Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy. To be honest I was a tad disappointed. I couldn’t find much that I’d splash my… Read More
My friend Gaz sent this animation of my colouring poster to me yesterday. I am absolutely delighted. In payment he has asked for a couple of golden woodlice. No problem. Visit here to see more of Gaz’s work.
A new craze has hit me and my friends. It’s called the KonMari Method. To cut a very long story short you get rid of tons of your stuff and end up living the life you’ve always dreamed of. It’s great. As part of my sort out I went… Read More
China figurines are not really my thing but I love the way that they’ve been arranged standing in crowd in the ceramics cases at the V & A. They all seem to be holding something, as if they are waiting to board a ship or… Read More
Just thought I’d mention that there’s an exciting new shop in Brighton that I wanted to spend all day in. It stocks all the cool magazines that you can’t find in Smiths. If you can’t get to Brighton you can visit on-line: http://www.magazinebrighton.com
Last week I left my poster strapped to a table in The Seamstress for all to colour in as part of Artwave in Lewes. It was the first time that I saw it coloured in and I was pleasantly surprised. It was great to see… Read More