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Action images for Fathers’ Day

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My new range of close-up screenprints make perfect gifts for dads of all ages. I’ve selected two of my best-selling images and selected a section of them to print and bled the images to the edge of the paper – the effect is intended to be more immediate and dramatic than printing the panel in […]

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Showtime for Comic Art in central London

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I am showing my new screenprints at an exhibition in central London – please come along to have a look if you can. The exhibition – at The Showcase, St John’s Square in Clerkenwell, 33-35 Saint John’s Square, London EC1M 4DS – features a wall of recentrly-designed and printed medium-sized screenprints. These include medium-sized versions of– Dennis the […]

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Why comics make good screenprints

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Screenprinting is very good at vivid colour and bold outline. Using comics as my material allows me to show off that strength. I love the expanses of colour in the screenprints pictued above and below.   An added benefit of using images from vintage or classic comics such as The Beano, The Dandy, The Victor or […]

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Comic Art Video Compilation

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Artist Brings Alf Back to Life

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Athletics Weekly, 2006 Many people believe Alf Tupper has retired, but not so. Athletics Weekly can reveal that the Tough of the Track has recently escaped from the pages of boys’ adventure comics to run riot on canvas. Britain’s foremost comic publisher, Dundee-based DC Thomson, has given artist John Reynolds permission to reproduce this icon […]

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