Tag: Thames and Hudson

  • Jean Manco – The Origins of the Anglo-Saxons

    Jean Manco – The Origins of the Anglo-Saxons

    2018 has been a personally difficult year with the passing of my mum, Jean Manco, earlier in March. She was hugely inspirational to me and naturally I held her at the centre of my life, forever influencing my values and outlook on life. I was immensely proud of what she achieved, academically and in way […]

  • Make Your Mark – my new book available soon!

    Make Your Mark – my new book available soon!

    I am excited to finally have a printed copy of my new book Make Your Mark. It’s been a long time in the making and I’m really pleased to see the final finish. The cover features artwork by the fantastic Gustavo Ortiz and the equally talented 44flavours created the typography for it. I was encouraged […]

  • More Rich-mixing

    More Rich-mixing

    With no blog posts for five¬†months it looks like I’ve closed! But its the opposite – I’ve been burning the midnight oil on many art and design projects to be revealed and blogged about in the coming weeks and months; including a new book to be published by Thames and Hudson in Spring 2016, art […]

  • Big Art / Small Art – my new book!

    Although I’ve mentioned this on Twitter and Instagram it’s about time I mentioned my new book Big Art / Small Art due to be published next week on the 8th September. As you can see from the photos it’s a handsome looking volume with a beautiful card bound spine, embossed cover and different textured paper […]

  • Raw + Material = Art

    I was happy to see the work of Anouk Kruithof on the cover of the latest¬†Thames and Hudson 2012 catalogue which also signals the publication of my new book [amazon_link id=”0500289913″ target=”_blank” ]Raw + Materials = Art: Found, Scavenged and Upcycled[/amazon_link]. Kruithof is a talented artist from the Netherlands who recently had her first UK […]