Waiting wall typed, mk 2

Typed with Remington de luxe 5, and Smith Corona classic 12, with 6cpi. These are the scrambled anonymous confessions from the Waiting Wall project originally exhibited at Brighton train station, in 2015, and online. These days the website is “insecure”, Firefox informs me, so I will not be attempting to collect any more screenshots of the morphing confessions online. However I do have a large cache to work with.

En plein air

I’m making some simple sea scapes today.
No clouds. The sky portion will be used for scrambled text from the “waiting wall” project from some years ago. When I moved house 2 years ago, my first waiting wall project became lost. I only discovered this recently, and wanted to replace it. However just repeating myself isn’t all that inspiring. Let’s see what happens!


Twenty images from the past eight years of making art on typewriters. I’ve put 30 copies for sale in my new shop.( I finally got around to it! ) My shop I’m also listing some of my artworks for sale, and the post office is now offering international parcels again, so I can send anywhere on the surface of the planet.

Candi Staton

Thought it would be fun to share some of the stages of a portrait

Still so much work to do but I am hoping I can get this portrait completed in time to include it in a zine of my artwork. I will be selling some copies at the craft market but I will also hold back copies to sell internationally online

For the brave

Both of these will be on my table at the craft market in Hastings, Uk on 18th March. My workspace is more chaos than ever. Fun to include something a little different but the main focus will be my art on paper. There’s times I feel like I’ve bitten off more than I can chew but I’m getting there!

Adventures in crafts continue

First type your design onto calico
Then stretch it in one of these things
Start embroidering with a single thread of embroidery silk.

I was curious about whether this was even possible. Turns out to be possible! Another one of a kind product for my table at a craft market next month in Hastings, Uk.


This is Natasha.

She lives in our bathroom, spins her webs, and bothers no one. She’s fine. It’s her prospective mates climbing over my neck in the night that I am not too keen on. They have a terrible sense of direction! This portrait of Natasha will be going into one of my notebooks. I’ve made a few with birds on the fly pages. Now it’s time for something a little different to go inside.

These books, along with more of my typed artworks will be on my table at a local craft market next month.