Alexander Lukashenko continues to block the path to progress for Belarus.
Boris Johnson, his Brexit deal, and the virus for Res Publica.
Thank you to Zeyd Anwar.
The fishtail palms and the orchid trees, they can give you that bleeding heart disease.
Another ink drawing from Nieuwe Bildtdijk.
Ink drawing of me on the left and a made-up person on the right.
This is another one that hung around for about 6 months, waiting to be finished when really it was finished all along.
This one went on for ages. I drew the table and the guy on the phone about 6 months before but then gave up on it.
I do that sometimes. Starting the picture is the exciting part, but that feeling fades so I end up sitting on stuff. However, as I was on a roll from the last picture, finishing this one happened quite easily. Funny how it goes. (Also shown here is the first rough version.)
This one started out innocently enough: a little drawing of a mother in law’s tongue plant. But along the way it swelled into a depiction of Korzybski’s structural differential—the idea that you can never truly know anything, only a very filtered version of it. Information comes in, information goes out, while most of it just floats away.
Happy little lemons tree—two versions: black and grey ink and HB pencil on white, and white gouache and white pencil on black paper.
Another experiment growing stuff from fruit I’ve eaten.