21 December 2008
The votes have been counted and it would seem Yara is the most popular name around here. A most extraordinary result as I only have one face in my inbox that goes by this most wonderful of names. I guess it makes things a whole lot easier for me with just a single portrait to draw.
Posted by Damien Weighill at 15:51
10 December 2008
09 December 2008
04 December 2008
Now that the last Brooke has been uploaded I'm going to open up the next name for debate. leave a comment on this post to vote for the next name I pick out from my inbox. In the event of a draw (or more likely - no votes at all) I'll carry on randomly choosing.
Posted by Damien Weighill at 21:02
03 December 2008
24 November 2008
21 November 2008
I can't promise any more religious insight than this, but if you crave more of my stupid attempts at humour, visit Adequate Adventures. Upon arriving there you will also find yourself in the somewhat safer hands of a gentleman with his creative fingers in so many pies that it's probably impossible to feast on one that hasn't been tainted by his grubby northern mitts - Pincer Movement.
Posted by Damien Weighill at 00:48
07 November 2008
04 November 2008
23 October 2008
29 September 2008
I'm going to try to make time to kick-start this blog next week but in an effort to meet this month's targets and relieve myself of what was looking like a less than positive performance review for September, I offer you this.
Nothing I can say is going to convey the dangerously high quantities of joy that you will experience listening to Giggle Party.
Go now and embrace them with open arms, open ears and open purses:
Posted by Damien Weighill at 23:06
11 September 2008
09 September 2008
27 August 2008
21 August 2008
19 August 2008
You should all turn your faces this way and pay attention to a very exciting art show happening next week...
29TH – 31ST AUGUST
11AM – 5PM DAILY
SHOREDITCH TOWN HALL (BASEMENT)
380 OLD STREET
28th august, 6pm – 8.30pm
Curated by Sarah Kate Wilson.
SARAH KATE WILSON
Rapunzel Rapunzel, presents works by eight of the most exciting emerging female artists currently living, working and exhibiting within London. By employing painting, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, collage and drawing these women artists, reference themes of fairytales, dreams, mythological visions, memories, creatures, domestic interiors and vividly imagined Worlds.
For more information visit www.sarahkatewilson.com/rapunzelrapunzel, Facebook or contact info@SarahKateWilson.com
Posted by Damien Weighill at 10:51
15 August 2008
13 August 2008
12 August 2008
I've got no words to express my excitement about this one. Gosh! I love the internet. I got a message and photo from Lynda Hayes who's voice is permanently ingrained in my mind.
Watching/listening to this makes me wonder how, despite my increased spending power compared to that I had when I was five, I have let my collection of toys dwindle to almost nothing...
Posted by Damien Weighill at 13:08