So, at the end of last year I did a print for the wonderful shop Colours May Vary, of Leeds. Their exhibition Lore of the North invited artists to explore myths and legends that inspired them, in a variety of print, ceramic and drawing based outcomes. It was radical.
Here is the print I produced for the show, which is now available on my ETSY shop here. As I have previously mentioned, all orders in March will receive a free comic for BRITISH COMICS MONTH.
It shows the attempted retrieval of a dismembered hand, a hand that wears the sacred ring of a woodland-dwelling sect.
Thanks so much to everyone who came down, and to the glorious book emporium Ti Pi Tin for letting us take over for the night. Sorry that I didn't get to speak to everyone as much as I would have liked :-(
Since the launch there have been a few Elder-related developments. You can now pick up a copy at Colours May Vary in Leeds, as well as Travelling Man in Newcastle. Great places, lovely people. You can also grab yourself one from my Etsy shop HERE as well as new Big Cartel HERE. I will make sure that there are goodies in your enevelope ;-)
Also, massive thanks to Mr Andy Oliver, who wrote a lovely review of The Elder for Broken Frontier HERE. Champ.
This month (February) I will be at the Kilburn Comic and Zine Fair on Saturday 15th - the line up looks genuine marv, so come down via a trip the cashpoint. There will be new issues of Conjunction and Structo, the last few copies of stunning little Flamingo Magazine, and comics from Gareth Brookes and Peter Lally. I know it's in the middle of nowhere, but come to Kilburn Comic and Zine Fair if you know what's good for you!