Cat will be exhibiting a selection of work including some of her incredible models ('Recorder Beast' shown above) at the Centrespace Gallery in Bristol. The exhibition launches with a private view this Friday 27th from 7 - 11pm and will continue until next Wednesday 1st June, full details here. Definitely not to be missed if you're in the Bristol area!
Wednesday, 25 May 2011
Tuesday, 3 May 2011
The fallow deer skull Andrew found in the woods next to his house.Next up we have the very talented Andrew Groves who's kindly let us pry into his life as an illustrator. Have a read of his answers below and view more of his amazing work here and here. No irate commuters or delayed tube trains for Andrew, he lives in a tranquil spot in the South Downs in West Sussex. Jealous, us?
How would you describe your work?
Geometric interpretations of natural shapes and objects. Maybe.
What is your process for coming up with new ideas?
Walking around, looking under things, poking things with sticks, jotting things down, trying not to go mental.
Please describe a typical day:
Take lady friend to work, make coffee, check internet things, work, chop wood, work more, eat lunch, walk in woods, work more, pick lady friend up, drink beer, watch basketball.
What is your working environment like?
What are your top 5 influences / inspiration?
The great outdoors, rural Japan, ugly people, shapes, friends.
What are your top 5 albums / soundtracks to a working day?
It varies wildly depending on what I'm working on. Sometimes I work in silence. Sometimes Heavy Metal. Recent music purchases though are new albums from Ponytail, Marnie Stern and Deerhoof.
What are your top 3 favourite websites / blogs?
http://www.arcticsurfblog.com, http://thingsorganizedneatly.tumblr.com/, http://latitudinaltales.co.uk/
And finally, what is your favourite tea time biscuit?
No tea thanks. Sausage roll please.