Spotted my book cover design for Ruth Thomas' novel 'The Home Corner' published by Faber (May 2013) is making its way out and about on the internet...Will show the full wrap-around when it is printed and published.
It's that time of year again: the next Newcastle Vintage Fashion and Textiles Fair is booked and ready for the punters - make sure to put in your diaries for May - it will no doubt be a treasure trove of desirables as usual!
I have posted about this wonderful website before but Ruth just highlighted me to the fact that she has done a feature about Cecil Sharp House. Interestingly enough - when I was first asked to do some work for Cecil Sharp House, I felt particularly inspired after having read Ruth's interesting and inspiring article in World Of Interiors just a few days before - now a friend of Ruth's and I am still producing work for CSH; I feel a thanks is in order!All photos copyright Bible of British Taste.I just came across this wonderful article about Sue and David Gentleman's house too - beautiful!Incidentally I went to see Sam Lee and friends at CSH just the other night - he has an amazing voice and has reappropriated traditional folk songs learned and gathered from travellers that Lee has met over his years - if you get a chance to, try and see him live...
Friend and screen-printer extraordinaire Suki has launched a Print Block boutique on mydeco.com selling work of artists she editions for and members of the print block in Whitstable. I have a few of the prints Suki editioned for me for sale - it looks fabulous - go have a look HERE!p.s apologies for lack of updates of late - I am busy working on a few large and exciting projects - will post work up here as soon as I am able!
Alex, Rosie and myself will be exhibiting a selection of our work from Thursday night at Look Mum No Hands on Old Street. Come and join us on Thursday eve for the opening night, 7-10pm for a drink in the cafe and a browse of our work - should be a lovely show! All works are for sale. Poster artwork by Rosie Gainsborough.
Looking through my Cecil Sharp House sketchbooks for something and stumbled across these sketches of different traditions and dances of England...and in the back something that doesn't look so traditional to England!
I am an illustrator and printmaker based in East London. Research is at the heart of my practice and my work frequently explores themes of British folk lore, tradition and superstition. To see more of my work visit www.alicepattullo.com. If you have any questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org