I draw things, I make things and I move things. I'm trying to be getting better at getting better.
Hey, look what Sack Bag’s been up to! My classmates and I have been busy preparing for our degree show in a disused car park in Fulham, London and we’d like to invite you to come join us there, see our work, have a drink at our cafe and bar, mooch and enjoy our shop and library. This is a celebration of the end of our 3 years of education, and we want to share it with you!
Our private view will be held on the Friday 5th July, and the exhibition will continue onto the 9th.
In addition to the show itself, we will also be hosting two evening events. A Crowd Talks disucussion on the relevance of degree shows on the 7th, and finally finishing it all off with a night of music on the 9th. More details can be found at carparkshow.com where you can have a browse at all our graduates too.
Our twitter is the place to be for the most up-to-date updates. See ya there!
The first 3 pages of a short comic I did, that forms a part of my show.
So the private view is done with! But lots to prepare for still with next month’s CAR PARK SHOW in London.
Meanwhile here are some quick drawings I did for our Brighton show shop. Go have a look at all the great work if you’re about! It’ll be on til the 12th.
My Long Form piece for the Eyra exhibition in full. (right click, open in new tab for full size)
Yesterday me and my classmates finished hanging up our show. After seeing it being done by the other years, it was a surreal experience to be the ones in their position, and now it’s done! Three years of work culminating in two days of banging, hammering, nails, drills, spirit measures, tape.
Our Brighton studio show will be open on the 1st of June to the public, come sea, come see!
I made an abstract comic for the new online Eyra exhibition 'Long Form' which you can check out now. There’s a great bunch of artists on there!
My cover design for Wind in the Willows. I didn’t really know what to with the text, so stayed pretty safe. It’s not a very traditional cover, but I wanted to show the stranger, mystical side of the story and have fun warping the usual depiction of the characters.