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Mexican street food experts Wahaca open their newest restaurant in Wimbledon this week. Following in their on-going arts programme - I was involved in inviting up-and-coming artist GoddoG to create large scale murals for this new space. After first planning beforehand with architectural drawings and sketches we finally got to...

 The Association of Illustrators is the most important organisation representing the rights of professional illustrators in the UK. They also have an essential role upholding standards and encouraging students into long standing careers in the profession. Each year they hold their annual awards in numerous categories and I'm pleased to...

Finally had time to blog about my work with Wahaca this year, which is set to be a busy one! This will be my third year working with their architectural, design and production teams - helping to create original artworks and installations at each new site.My role is to...

With only a few months to go until the World Cup in Brazil I'm pleased to be involved in a number of Brazil themed projects including an artist mural, exhibition and workshop project at Rich Mix in London soon to be announced...

Some late news prompted by seeing this lovely photography book on my shelf (designed by myself!). I am a big fan and friend of the wonderful photographer Barry Cawston. Barry's work has won many awards and his is typically known for his landscape and interior...

[caption id="attachment_3072" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Photograph borrowed from quiltypleasures blog[/caption] The accepted brief for designers and makers has always been to produce well made goods, fit for practical use. However, many have also employed shape and decoration to ask questions about political and social issues of their...

Words of Wisdom aka WOW - is an initiative of the Enquiry Desk a not-for-profit initiative founded by Josie Sullens and Zara Wood. The idea is that creative professionals share some of their words of wisdom for others. Zara Wood aka Woody asked me to...

Each art project working with Wahaca becomes my favourite one and the same is the case for this one recently completed at One New Change, St. Pauls, London. The place was a blank canvas with no particular history to the site but it did allow...

Continuing my Wahaca blogging round-up, here is a project which was a pleasure to work on earlier this year. Wahaca had chosen an interesting building to revamp, that had previously been a bank near to Waterloo Station an the Old Vic theatre. The architect had...

It's been a busy year. Particularly with my on-going artist liaison work for Wahaca - finally it's time to take stock of all the projects completed so far starting with...