These here tadpoles is the honest-to-god total number of children my mum managed to coax through to adulthood (well, one more to go!) Until my nephew Sam was born a few years ago, I don’t think I ever properly took in what that might actually be like. Now that I’ve started to try to imagine, I can’t get over how she juggled it. Therefore I salute all mothers with admiration, but our own most especial much.
I’ve been making some colour tests. Grey might be my new favourite.
We went to Finland! It was splendid. Sometimes we were on a lake, sometimes in it. Finland is also good for snappy dressers
On Daisy’s blog you can see the first leg of our journey, in which we stomp-skip around Helsinki. This below is part two, Tampere And Beyond.
Some totally irrelevant games that happened there..
A regular avalanche of birthdays this summer.
We’re having a party for the second Loaf! We’ve grand ambitions to write a prizewinning graphic novel entirely in the medium of biscuit – come co-author it, do! EGGS MILK BUTTER comics cafe have kindly agreed to let in a wild spree of Loaf friends and relations. For a stirring coffee, best cake and cartoon bafoonery, join us! 6th of July from 3pm.
These chaps here are going to be in an exhibition at the Drawing Cube, where Karin Eklund will be curating a series of show through the summer and autumn. If you’re in Cambridge and at a loose end anytime soon, come over! Private view is this Thursday 2nd May 5-7 pm.
Next week, I’ll be part of an exhibition curated by Karin Eklund at the Drawing Cube, part of the Changing Spaces project in Cambridge. Visit the blog here.
Join us for the private view on the 2nd May from 5-7pm.