The benefits of being up and about at an early hour and picking things off the beach.
A sinister stencil marking territory of the
S.S.C.Napoli football team hardcore supporters – the Ultras.Taken in the via Tribunali area of the city, an area that has a certain sense of menace for the casual visitor at least!
Posted on September 11, 2007
Categories detail, Digital Photography, football, football fans, graphic design, Italy, Life, Naples, Napoli, Photoshop, soccer, sport, stencil, Stencils, Stencils and Stenciling, tag, tagging, tags, teen culture, Ultras, Via Tribunali
This stencil appears fairly frequently around Norwich. I’ve worked on the image in Photoshop, the original can be found on
my Flickr site in the stencils set.
Posted on September 9, 2007
Categories "Norfolk UK", Adobe, alien, baby, detail, Digital Photography, foetus, glow, Norwich, odd, Photoshop, stencil, Stencils, Stencils and Stenciling
Went to the beach today and captured this, brought it home and did a little work in photoshop with it. It’s a detail of a part of the sea defences (groynes) which line the Norfolk coast to help reduce coastal erosion.
These two delightful mannequin heads were in a charity shop window in Cambridge – the names are my invention, selected to go with the kitsch, cartoonish styling.
Posted on August 21, 2007
Categories Cambridge, cartoon, comic, comic book, detail, Digital Photography, dummy, expression, girl, girls, kitsch, laugh, laughing, lips, mannequin, model, Portrait, pucker, pucker up, puppets, shop, shop window
Agapanthus flower catching late evening sunshine.
These dinky little numbers were a gift brought back by a friend from New York – they may have originated in Kansas of course …
Posted on August 10, 2007
Categories culture, detail, Digital Photography, Dorothy, Fantasy, fetish, film, fridge magnet, gay, glitter, macro photography, magnet, miniature, Photoshop, red, red-shoes, shoe, shoes, The Red Shoes, Wizard of Oz
This is a detail of a section of the roof of
the Forum, Norwich’s millennium project building. It houses the library, the local BBC offfices, tourist information and cafés.