The following is adapted from an article I wrote recently (as yet physically unpublished) about how traditional maps are important in reminding us of our relationship with the environment. I am an established illustrator and artist – I have been published in over 30 books but in the past few years my fine art practice,
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Earlier this year, Onca Centre for Arts and Ecology, based in Brighton commissioned me to illustrate some promotional material for them – a series of four postcards that could also be read as a panoramic whole. Each postcard would be able to work independently as an image but put together, show the way to Onca.
At the beginning of 2014, the director of ONCA gallery, Laura Coleman, asked me if I wanted to take part in an expedition with a group of artists and oceanographers across the North Atlantic, mapping whales and using the journey as inspiration for a piece of artwork. I returned from the 1300 miles between Iceland
I’ve just pasted up the piece commissioned by ONCA gallery as part of a street art project in Brighton. Despite having to go back a few times and repaste, all seems pretty stuck down now which is great as it should last a couple of months with luck. The image is of a pangolin, a
Had a great time at the private view of ‘Making Tracks at ONCA gallery where I’m showing both the Brighton map and ‘Echolocation’. The exhibition is showing work based on the idea of tracking and making tracks and includes a musical box that plays strip music based on bird migration patterns, a motion activated metallic