Sky Nap

I like drawing hair with tiny pens.


In my last few days in Shanghai, Darcy and I went to 50 Moganshan Lu, AKA M50. It’s the centre of the Shanghai art scene; an ex-industrial district converted into a warren of galleries on the banks of Suzhou Creek. There are around 100 artists in residence in the former warehouses and factories. For some … Continue reading


This picture got very delayed by the loss of my last black Pilot Hi-Tec-C pen in China… I finally got hold of some more and was able to draw the pictures on the wall. I also used watercolours and Sakura design markers. Anyway. Don’t trust the lady on the right, that’s my advice.


Still catching up on China stuff… In December, Izabela and I went to Beijing. We both had streaming colds the whole time, which was not much fun, but it was better to climb the Great Wall than to sit around at home feeling sorry for ourselves. Besides, we had already booked the trains and it … Continue reading


In October my friend Natalie and I decided to get out of China for the national holiday. The only place we could get cheap flights to was Seoul, which was lucky as I really wanted to go anyway. Natalie had been a few times before and raved about the shopping. We stayed in Hongdae, which … Continue reading