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Stack Bods Party Gatecrash

Letra Experi

In The Low Water

These Things Are Real

oh yeah, a close up of the big red pepper face i did for Belly Kids’ Eat Everything group show a while back. He’s been representing my band on soundcloud since then…

last post on the Roundfield commission; I did four recipe postcards for their Street Forage project, and here’s the last image before and after photoshop and risograph printing. zoom in m8!

page I did for the zine I made with Eltham College 6th Form, for Extra Bones. It’s called “Trome” more info on project and technique!

rocks, rock face, feet rocks…

PARADERS!

a bit I did for the zine I made with Eltham College 6th Form, for Extra Bones. It’s called “Trome” more info on project and technique!

scribble dancer

Stack Bod Mythology Piece 3 - made for the Creekside Open submission this year. This piece didn’t get picked but another did. It’s in the Paul Noble curated show for another few days. There are two other Mythology Pieces, all made for the show’s submission.

Stack Bod Mythology Piece 2 - made for the Creekside Open submission this year. This piece didn’t get picked but another did. It’s in the Paul Noble curated show for another few days. There are two other Mythology Pieces, all made for the show’s submission.

Stack Bod Mythology Piece 1 - this was picked by Paul Noble for the Creekside Open which is ace. Actually, there are only a few more days to see it! If you’re in London, I do recommend the show, its well funny and bonk. There are two other Mythology Pieces too, all made for the show’s submission. (statement for the show, click da pic.)

The Stack Bod Mythology series follows on from various other Stack Bod related works, largely at midnight scribble level, but also, for example, in 2011’s Stack Bod Embassy Door, an engraved sticky resin slab.

“It’s a mystery, man, they build themselves from piles, take only what they need. Maybe impossible, but crying out for that IRL validation. Are they drawings or drawings of drawings? Did you see the drawing of a Stack Bod in the real world? It was literally, like, too heavy, a guy dropped it.”

I like to let the medium do the thinking. The 3 pieces made for the submission seemed to suggest some sort of historical depth to the Stack Bod saga. Mythology Piece 1 in particular, so in keeping with the pile – up tradition, and in celebration of the heritage, I stuck a fruit on top.