Ollo, Alessandro Guerriero, 1990
Ettore Sottsass, Project for Espirit, 1985
From where a drone operator’s sitting, one blurry blob of pixels looks almost exactly like the next blurry blob of pixels, which is how the term “bug splat” worked its way into modern military slang as a way of referring to a kill. Now, though, a giant art installation in Pakistan wants to show drone operators that its people are anything but anonymous white blobs—and that that “bug splat” belongs to an actual human being.
I’ll be selling prints, cards and a *new* Fancy zine at the Crafty Fox Market in Bussey Building, Peckham this Sunday 13th April. I’ll also have reprinted copies of Fancy 1! Details can be found here
Japanese Exhibition Flyer: Ceramic Art New Collection. Ryotaro Sasame / Sprout. 2013
Jaime Hernandez’s Maggie & Hopey, as printed in 1989’s Ark #29.
ok, this is pretty adorable.
i’ve finally published my first twine game, the abandoned garden. set in a slightly alternate dimension, the game deals with loss and the tumultuous early stages of healing. i drew heavily from my personal experiences, my poetry, my dreams, and even the things i have hallucinated during seizures. it’s a very personal work, and i hope you enjoy it.