Those creative cats Unlimited of Brighton have released their second bumper issue of the Unlimited mag stroke paper. It's full to the brim with colourful artist and designer profiles and a great takeaway that showcases what they all get up to and what's on offer at Unlimited...pick up a copy today before any Big Freeze sets in.



My Wings series of cards, featuring six British Butterflies, have emerged from the printers and are available in my online shop. The designs has been digitally printed in the UK onto a high quality, smooth white card from a sustainable source. Each card has been left blank for your own message and is supplied with a brown fleck, gummed envelope and individually packaged in a cellophane wallet. The series includes my favourite - the Orange Tip.



Uppercase publishes books and magazines for the creative and the curious. Uppercase magazine is a popular, international publication now in it's fourth year. It's packed with profiles on new artists and designers with an eye on emerging trends.

Issue 19, released this Autumn, has two major themes - exploring rocks and gems used in creative projects and an investigation into the aesthetics of work. I managed to have a few prints featured. 



Designers/Makers are organising their second Christmas Market within the Festival Village at the Southbank Centre, London. The market runs from the 16th to the 22nd of December. I will have a stand from the 20th for three days selling a selection of work, including prints and home wares that could provide the solution to that last minute present


Bristol's oldest art trail Front Room will be once more opening it's doors to the public. The event starts on the 15th November until the 17th. The Office Bat and Canteen has kindly invited myself and my partner Lucie Sheridan to exhibit our work as part of the art trail. Join us for drinks and a launch on Thursday the 14th at 6pm.


Following on from the feature of my Forestival cards I thought I'd add a little behind the scenes imagery to the project. Nick Hand and his team at The Letterpress Collective managed the printing very well and it was very interesting seeing the Heidelberg in action as it applied the ink and shifted about the paper with mechanical majesty. The Collective also run workshops teaching both type composition and printing skills.  



I picked up two letterpressed A6 card designs from The Letterpress Collective, Bristol. Nick Hand and his team printed them last week on their trusty Heidelberg. Each festive 'tree' design uses four colours including black for the reverse text. The card is a GF Smith smooth white stock and both are available now at my online shop