A paper-folder of my reputation, rocking a club at quarter past midnight? Yes indeed! And sporting an Origami USA t-shirt into the bargain. Note the elegant “dressing room” 😉
Been plugging my didactics event merrily, here’s one in the Derbyshire Lane Fish Bar. Should get some good results from there 😉
It’s the hottest day of the year today and tomorrow I must brave the M25 to get to an origami video shoot. It may even require use of the air-con in the car! Worryingly, they want to see me in the video, not just my hands. Is the world ready for this?
I found myself volunteering to teach at a children’s festival in Norfolk Park for a few hours today. Non-stop fun & games, for which I wore my favourite hat…
I had several pieces of delicate work to post to a client, so I took the expedient route and drove over the moors to Lancashire, the sleepy town of Wilmslow to be precise. I recently altered my satnav settings to be less obsessed with motorways and speed, so it took me a nice back route along some winding country lanes, like this one.
What a wonderful surprise just arrived, a t-shirt from the aforementioned group. The Madfolder aka Leplieurfou has created some extraordinary Zorg animals by a process of cross-breeding (allegedly a common practice in France). Check them out here. He is a gifted technical folder and designer, with an eye for left-filed subjects. He’s also mad as a box of frogs, but I love him all the same. The T has a crane-like bird with an alien’s head. He even blames me for the original concept!
Here I am, butch as heck. How did a copy of my latest book sneak into the shot? I’ve no idea…
I’ve been looking for (and struggling to find) a way to find a couple of my books within Japan, that I could buy and post to a potential publisher there. Anyway, whilst checking amazon out, I spotted these utterly stupid prices for my Encyclopedia of Ori. I just hope nobody actually pays these prices. What are they thinking of??
I recently spent a happy night at the famous orivideographer Sara Adams’ home – I had work in Germany and flew from Munich, so it seemed a good idea to arrange a visit. We had some great food & conversation and I met her two lovely children – here I am scaring the bejaysus out of Niklas 😉