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'A View from Nowhere', Original Collage Collection, A4
Each collage is £40 each +pp, the whole collection is £250
(Will ship anywhere in the world)
This collection was something I completed during my time travelling Australia. I ended up in a small town called Emerald that was nothing but a dust town and endless suburbs that seemed devoid of life as I wandered through them in the afternoon hours. The images are original prints from old textbooks on the history of Australia, each collage features writing while written on the road, much of it tries to encapsulates the essence of travel, the longing for home, wild imaginings of days of old, folklore, and just plain spontaneous nonsense.
All collages are signed.
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'Lost Times on Cherry Hill', 2013, A4
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Original collage made in Australia ft. spontaneous writing and various old images that were collected while travelling, while on the run. These are personal works that I completed during furious bursts of creativity to counteract homesickness and the boredom that is rarely documented in the zeitgeist of the road.
Taken from tall heights amongst various cities in Europe, during sundown. July, 2012
Berlin, July 2012
Berlin, July 2012
Myself and Matt
The top photograph is from when our tutor group went bowling on one of the last day’s of college, it all kicked off when people started chucking the balls into other people’s lanes and generally going off throwing slush puppies all over each other.
Below is Matt, who I studied philsophy and literature with, the sonofabitch is at Cambridge now, it was inevitable anyway, he used to carry around the entire works of William Shakespeare around with him and he’d never drunk a beer in his life until we made him.
Brighton PUNK Picnic, April 2012
Brighton PUNX Picnic, April 2012
After returning home from a 5 month stint of travelling around Australia, living off tuna & rice and soup kitchens in Melbourne, experiencing some pretty raging highs and lows while documenting the trip in any way I could- through my own writing and about 35 collages, I came home for christmas. For the second half of the trip I kept thinking about these dozen disposable camera’s that I had sitting beneath my bed, and promised myself that once I was home I’d develop them, which I did.
These three are from a Blood of the Young zine/photography show from way back in May 2011/12? On the bottom photo on the right is my dude Casson, a good friend of mine from the USA who creates a lot of great art, in the independent spirit of DIY.
On saturday night I’m flying back to Australia, for another four months, I’m really just putting these up for myself to look through during the quieter times of travel.