An artist called Ricky

So Little Log’s album is on the streets in all formats now and the Hospital hype machine is in full effect. He’s doing interviews here, there and everywhere, including the now not so magazine-like Knowledge Magazine, in its new online format. It was quite nice to see my artwork get a little mention:

The cover alone makes the vinyl edition worth buying with Logistics confessing a love for pop art that has been passed down from his Dad. Hospital commissioned an artist called Ricky to paint a canvas for the cover, with Logistics settling on the album’s title in hope of something reminiscent of the old Batman, comic book-style onomatopoeic speech bubbles.

“It’s a bit more playful which I like. Everything’s so serious these days. I think I might ask for it one day when I’m old and retired. There are a couple of things, like for the first album they made a big LED kind of thing, which I’d still like to get. The two of them together would be quite a nice thing to have. Maybe I’ll have to buy them back!?”

Starts well, I’m glad the writer thinks the cover is worth owning alone, but then Hospital commissioned an artist called Ricky – could that be more vague!?

Something creative every day

So after a series of random little bits of nonsense in a short period of time, I have decided to try and post something creative I’ve made every day, for… well, until I get fed up, I guess. It’s not gonna be worth doing unless I do it for a long period of time, but I figured I would give it a go anyway.

The thing is, I’m already cheating by a) not uploading something on every day and b) spreading some things across days to cover days when I haven’t been committing. Oh well. maybe just a photo of a post-it note every day would be more appropriate, but I think I do cool stuff outside of those little three-inch squares sometimes!

Anyway, here’s the first week of effort. I’m posting it all on Flickr if you want to keep up to date with it, though I might try to make weekly roundups.

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