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Foucault’s Pendulum originals

Neil Packer has illustrated Foucault’s Pendulum for the Folio Society and the result is an exquisite set of the finest paintings. Those originals are now for sale and can be found here. There are two examples above. If you’re interested … Continue reading

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John Harris and Austin Rogers

Austin Rogers has used a John Harris image for the cover of his new book. Sacred Planet is now available in paperback and on Kindle. Read more about that here.

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Judith Clute

‘Summer’s span has gone all too soon. There was the Judith Clute “Darkening Garden” exhibition at Camden Image Gallery, London, last May. It was a happy affair, generally meeting old friends and selling lots of work. It was just the way … Continue reading

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It’s a definite “Remain” from the Creative Industries

How would it ever be any different but it’s reassuring to find that 96% of people in the creative industries in the UK want to remain in the EU. Here’s David Cameron talking to representatives. It looks a bit more … Continue reading

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Aaron Howdle exhibition in Brighton

I would encourage you to see this show if you can. More on Aaron Howdle here.

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Judith Clute Exhibition in Camden

Judith Clute is to have an exhibition of paintings and etchings in Camden Town from 13-18th May 2016. “My inspiration can mostly be found in sheltered places of the past. International Gothic has always been a favourite place to drop … Continue reading

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Cheltenham Weekend

How many people are lucky enough to have worked for such a great bunch of people for so long? We had a great weekend together (sorry John Harris missed the photo) and braved the weather on Cleeve Hill just long … Continue reading

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Treason of the Scholars

Anyone who doubts the validity of the path of contemporary art since we first saw the celebrated urinal should visit the show of work by Peter Goodfellow at the Panter and Hall gallery in London. Also read his book and … Continue reading

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J K Rowling comments on Jim Kay’s work

‘Seeing Jim Kay’s illustrations moved me profoundly. I love his interpretation of Harry Potter’s world, and I feel honoured and grateful that he has lent this talent to it.’ Some great comments on Io9 and Voldemort revealed. As much as Jim … Continue reading

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Jacob’s Lament, Ian Miller on film

Ian Miller has collaborated with Stijn Windig to make a very evocative short film.

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