Tuesday, 29 March 2011

My Big Fat Big Society Wedding

I'm releasing my first limited edition print today, entitled My Big Fat Big Society Wedding

It's an edition of 100 signed, stamped and numbered copies, printed 4-colour offset litho + gold foil-blocking, 488mm wide by 340mm deep on 230gsm uncoated Diplomat paper

You can pick one up for a recession-proof £30 (+ shipping) at my website or from my webshop

Please tell everyone you know

Sunday, 27 March 2011

Saturday, 26 March 2011

Pale and ghastly

There's a big march against the cuts in town. I'm so rotten sick today I don't think I will make it. Maybe I can start a revolution from my bed instead. Or somesuch.

Friday, 25 March 2011


A new short film by the artist known as Domo Arigâteau.

Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Charlie Chaplin in Kabul in London

A new short documentary in which child prodigy Belle Thackray interviews the 'American underground's answer to Werner Herzog' Lech Kowalski, director of Charlie Chaplin in Kabul (as well as D.O.A. / Born to Lose – The Last Rock and Roll Movie / Hey Is Dee Dee Home), for her school project on Charlie Chaplin. Special thanks to Lech Kowalski, Odile Allard, Delilah from Newington Library, Miss Drew, The Cinema Museum, Mummy and Daddy.

Saturday, 19 March 2011

City of London Anti-Apartheid Group 1986–1990, part VII, post-City AA vol 2

City AA Summer drinks, 2010. Many of these are by Deirdre Healy, although at this point I'm not sure which ones exactly.

Thursday, 17 March 2011

Sunglasses, sunhat, skull bag and football

I think this is one of my favourite photos of all time. All the important things are here. My auld china plate Alis took it a couple of years ago in Brighton.

Wednesday, 16 March 2011

Monday, 14 March 2011

Sunday, 13 March 2011

Party II

Belle is at a(nother) friend's birthday party now. Obviously I'm going to do some work in a bit.

Friday, 11 March 2011

City of London Anti-Apartheid Group 1986–1990, part VI


Photograph 2 by Deirdre Healy. Photograph 7 was originally on the cover of Newsweek, and 8 on the cover of the Sunday People, I don't know who the photographer was for either of those

Thursday, 10 March 2011

I ♥ the postman, part III

Turns out that good things do indeed come in threes. Today's beautiful object that arrived in the mail was kindly sent by Christian at Bracketpress and it is the letterpress-printed prospectus, demonstrated below by my unpaid apprentice, for a forthcoming book — E R Weiss: The Typography of an Artist — to be published by Incline Press who will manufacture only 250 copies.

Blurry photographs by me of course