Author Archives: Oliver

Under the bitter moon

In the country for the weekend…I’ve finally got round to scanning drawings I did for my mum and my brother for Christmas and birthdays. More work to come soon I hope

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‘traces of Winter’

New images for your perusal, not so fresh from the pen….but still barely two weeks old. These are my first attempts at illustrating some fiction…which is a short story entitled ‘The Distances Between’, written by Ben Kastin. I’m not sure … Continue reading

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To the lab!

This week I finally got my act together and had a shot at processing 16mm film myself. After a not so fantastic attempt that ended in emulsion running everywhere, I once again entered the lab today and had my first … Continue reading

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Above the ooze

It is believed that the slits along each side of the mask are to assist breathing through gills when submerged Midnight freakout: Jandek

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Orb of light in the dead of night

A new work in progress… Creative lubricants: Aural Fit, Sylvester Anfang II, The Skull Defekts, Oren Ambarchi

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Through the icy night, we tread

As I sit here and allow the blissful tones of Oren Ambarchi to sloosh around my skull i’ve stumbled upon a couple of drawings yet to be uploaded to the gallery. One is in scanned form, and the other a … Continue reading

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Projections

As I promised in yesterday’s post, I’ve now gone through the footage gleaned from the lakes last week, and selected some choice teasers of the kind of thing you can expect from an edit…and maybe even the final project Stay … Continue reading

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Haunting the Fells

So this week gone, myself and Oliver Lewis embarked on a journey to the lake district, on a recon mission for the project we have been planning on and off for the best part of six months After a six … Continue reading

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