2014 Training Courses

Hello again, Happy New Year. This winter, as well as coaching, I’m doing a lot of training – both for professionals (nurses, counsellors) and for the public who simply want to make the most of themselves in 2014. In this update, I’ve listed four of the public courses that you […]


Without emotions... by Sergey Bizyaev

Fantasy in Photography: Sergey Bizyaev 4

These stunning dream-like photographs by Sergey Bizyaev are just a small collection of his incredible portfolio. Living and working in the mountainous region of Chelyabinsk, Russia, it’s hard to believe that Sergey enjoys his work for the most part as a hobby, “albeit an expensive form of entertainment”. He has […]


Sukki Singapora

Illustration commission of the beautiful & talented Sukki Singapora!


Lucky Finds #4

Sometimes, while we’re browsing the darkened corners of the internet, we stumble upon a piece of work that can’t easily be categorised but we want to bring them to you anyway. This is the third of a series: every time we find an image in isolation that has genuine artistic […]


What Is Art? And Who Decides?

  There’s been a flurry of interesting posts on my Facebook timeline over the last couple of days. Two in particular caught my attention, due not only to their content but also to the journalism of the articles. They can both be found in the Huffington Post and side by […]


Fantastic Ad for Life Drawing

This really is a clever little ad promoting life drawing classes at The Book Club. Video created by Wriggles & Robbins. Get creative with these life drawing books:


David Blazquez :: Human Furniture

After a previous post about Allen Jones’ Chair, Table, Hatstand (1969), we were asked if we knew of any similar artworks that represented the male form in the same way – as furniture. Well, in 2009, for his first solo exhibition, Spanish photographer David Blazquez produced the series, Human Furniture. […]