Fun for your wall...
I've been reading an interesting book - Show Your Work!: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Getting Discovered by Austin Kleon. It essentially advocates telling the world about your work, what inspires you and - very important this - giving credit to your influences.
I've done very little to show my work beyond this site and some Facebook posts to a relatively private circle of friends so I'm taking steps to put some physical prints from a current project out into the world. The five prints pictured above are now at The Arterie in East Dulwich, SE London. There are two featuring a saluting lead soldier outside Buckingham Palace in central London, two of Mr Pointy Man, a Fimo figure I made myself, pointing out Tower Bridge and the Tower of London. The fifth is a photo of paper cut-out figures inspired by the Colyton laundry protest.
The images are all postcard width - 148mm - and vary in depth. The total paper area is 177mm x 127mm, all are exhibition quality C-type matt prints.
It's high time I did a detailed blog post about photographing toys in real places and the models I've made myself using Fimo polymer clay. I will... soon... watch this space. In the meantime, if you're in SE London pay a visit to The Arterie. There are lots of interesting artworks to see and two very pleasant springer spaniels to meet!