Here are some of the exhibits from the Royal Academy’s Summer Exhibition which I enjoyed and if you’ll excuse the pun, from my perspective. I rather like the way people lean when looking at pictures as if to look around them, or perhaps as in this case as he did not lean, the image was talking to him into those lovely big ears. This is two pieces, a sculpture and a painting behind. Someone being clever here with the curating. Clever curator! And then last of the series I took is this one, it must have been done pre Brexit and … Continue reading Summer exhibition…that was fun.
They say that there are only six jokes in the world, and that those are just recycled and remade. I have no idea what the original six were. It would seem to me that in what I do there are now no such things as originals, or perhaps I’m wrong. All my drawings these days start with a line drawing that is essentially unfinished. The drawing is then scanned and put into photoshop and digitally worked up to get the final. Which is the original? Possibly the initial line drawing can be described as the original, but it is not … Continue reading There’s no such things an original, is there?
What a load of contradictory messages this sends out. I think I’ll avoid being close to a frenchman straight after breakfast for the time being. Or is this some sort of Brexit conspiracy? These are so-called French radishes grown in the UK. We should be told. Continue reading And I thought they ate croissants.
So the European boat disappears over the horizon and the Tory lifeboat with the Brexit bunch now have a little dinghy, but who’s hand is on the tiller? Continue reading Hand on the tiller.
This is the sort of drawing that you can almost put any caption to, feel free to suggest alternatives. Farage is the name of the smoking parrot. I don’t normally do political type cartoons, but the present situation is too much for me to ignore. Continue reading Go on then?