Wednesday, 14 September 2011

Dead Sea Bread Rolls

No idea, it's a title I suppose, he's sat at home, watching the traffic go by and has decided to venture out into the world. Popping on his overcoat, grabbing an old holdall he locks up his abode and wanders into the streets. The streets are bereft of people, the shops are all empty, in the abandoned Chinese bakery he spies something resembling sustenance . He grasps the crusty rolls in his mitt, bread scavenged from a long off time and heads back home.

Monday, 5 September 2011

Dracula - The Origins and Influence of the Legendary Vampire Count

The cover is completed and Giles Morgan's e-book exploring the mythology and history around the famous horror figure is now available to buy in the Amazon Kindle store.

Get it here - Dracula: The Origins and Influence of the Legendary Vampire Count

Sunday, 7 August 2011

Working on a chain gang....

Working on a chain gang, in line, lifting ma hammer up and bringing it on down, crushing and smashing the rocks into stones, the stones into pebbles, the pebbles into sand. Each time in unison, in sync with the others in the gang, an automated process, a human machine.

Saturday, 6 August 2011

The Man Who Fell To Earth

The Republicans were making considerable use of him in their campaign. What had happened to him they called an example of administrative high handedness and irresponsibility.

Sunday, 31 July 2011

Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Toy Robots

From a old snapshot taken in a shop window of a selection of toy robots, three strange characters. The large silver robot is clearly the father, two small robots his children, he's separated from his robot wife and this is clearly his weekend with the boys.

Originally from Long Stick Go Boom February 2010

Old stuff - When Michael Met Miles

Originally from Too Hot To Trot blog back in March 2009

This one never fails to make me smile. 

Michael Jackson's 'Off The Wall' cover mashed up with Miles Davis' 'Doo-Bop'.

Dracula - Beginning Sketches

Rude Bwoy Bad Man