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Australia Dolls

January 26, 2012


In the spirit of Australia Day, I present members of the internationally famous nesting troupe, Australia Dolls and here is the full ensemble! Standing to attention it seems.. I hope those of you who live locally enjoyed a work-free day today. Mine involved (in no particular order) Barry White, frangelico with fresh lime, procrastination, handwashing and now, a tiny bit of blogging.

Just purrfect

August 20, 2011


That’s what he’s thinking anyway. Here is a bit of silliness for you. A while ago when I playing around with my new pens and inks I drew this spotted bow-tie and then a cat, looking what I think could be called, supercilious. Couldn’t think of a decent name for him… maybe you can?

Round & round

May 18, 2011


Round and round the garden like a teddy bear, One step, a’ two step and a tickle-y under there! This is a little pen and ink sketch of a tiny hand-made teddy bear that I was given before I went overseas on my first backpacking adventure. He was made from brown mini-corduroy, with a lemon, loop-edged ribbon and […]

Man & moment

April 19, 2011


Found this portrait by Sarah Shatz, photographer of yesterday’s hero, Richard McGuire the illustrator. (I had to crop the top part off, apologies Sarah. If you click on her link, you can see it in its entirety.) Pretty great, huh?