Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Exploring Goa

This morning after breakfast just before the midday sun could roast our delicate European 'can't remember the last time we saw sunshine' skin Fly Boy and myself took a little walk down the beach to the local village near Agonda Beach. In a little bookshop hidden away were these beautiful hand carved wooden blocks. I love them, almost can't wait to get home to use them...almost that is, after all why would you want to rush away from this?!

Monday, 22 October 2012


Well I've done it again! Failed miserably to blog in such a long time...but do not worry bloggers, I'm still alive and taking a well deserved two week holiday to India.

You see I have been so busy with my new freelance career that I just haven't had the time to blog or add any current work i have been doing. All of the commercial work I have been doing is either confidential or owned by the companies I am working for. I'm hoping to have something for you soon though as the guilt of neglecting you is pretty bad - lets hope I can live up to it!

I'll also pop up a few arty photos of India and tell you all about how wonderful this country is - seriously, book yourself a flight straight away! It's the must creative and colourful country I have ever visited and just check out the view!

Yup, after a crazy week travelling through Northern India we have now reached Goa and our lovely beach hut - it's very peaceful and I have finally have some time to blog. Life isn't too bad really. I'll do my best to update you when I get back to chilly old England. I have some other exciting news!

Tuesday, 2 October 2012

Umm....what happened to September?!?

Sorry bloggers, looks like September got the better of me and I wasn't able to blog. Please forgive me, I am rubbish! However you'll be pleased to know that I am so busy because the freelancing is going so well. I have never been busier! If any of you are ever wondering if you should go freelance then DO IT! DO IT NOW! I love my new life.

I was recently asked to design a new ident for a local race horse trainer and here is it.

And now I must rush back to the grind stone and crack on with some new designs!