Category Archives: Drawings

All I want for Christmas

I’ve been scribbling Christmas card designs recently, just for fun. I’m not mature or organised enough to actually send any out, but if I did, I think I would probably send this one.

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A million monkeys

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Buffering

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Home, James

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Maternal matrimonials

It was a rather special wedding on Saturday. We all headed over to the pretty old Norman church down the road, where Christian and I proceeded to walk our mother down the aisle. Later in the service, as Christian went … Continue reading

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Wedding rings and rotor blades

Last weekend, my fine friends T and Y were married. They are almost the only people I’ve ever met who have managed to make a long-term, long-distance relationship work, and somehow they seem to deserve their happiness all the more … Continue reading

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Make your mind up

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To me, to you

A former colleague of mine (and all-round splendid bloke) was leaving his job for a new life in Glasgow the other day, and someone asked if I wanted to scribble a picture for the little book they were putting together … Continue reading

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Visit Lythe

The other day at Ormesby Hall there were loads of vintage travel posters pinned up on the walls in the old servants’ quarters at the top of the building. I always love these. They’re relics of an age where travel … Continue reading

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Hard lines for Hoovers

I was reassured to learn today that the EU is waging a brutal war on inefficient vacuum cleaners. Good to know they’ve got our back.

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