As I sit here, doing my freelance thing, drinking a coffee in my slippers, at my desk and wondering if I did remember to clean my teeth or not this morning, an email pops into my life.
It’s the Creative Digest newsletter, one of the many creative signups I’ve subscribed to over the years. Nothing new there.
The email details what’s going on on the website this week, new features, new tips for existing as a creative and then BAM what’s hiding at the bottom? ME!
Yes friends, My Creative Digest Showcase is well and truly doing the rounds! So if you fancy catching up on me, my life and everything, read Aaaaalllabbadit here:
Thanks again to the lovely folk at Creative Digest, and do check out their website. It’s full of hidden gems for people like me who decided to try not getting a real job.
p.s I do actually work at home, I’m not just drinking coffee.
Okay, so we all like Tea. But some of us also like coffee. And some of us REALLY like GOOD coffee.
I am one of said humans, and for this very reason I LOVE the Boston Tea Party chain. For those of you not in the West, you’ll just have to trust me. They do what they do and they do it good.
And look how pretty it is.
So I was pretty delighted when I was doodling away in it’s Bath branch some time ago, and was approached and asked if I’d like to exhibit work for a bit. Pretty neat eh?
So for the month of May, I have adorned the walls of Bath’s bit of Boston with silkscreen prints, etchings, risographs, digital works and any other number of bits and pieces I like to make.
So tell all your friends, go grab a coffee (because it really is good) and surround yourself with oddities and nice things for a bit.
And then buy them too. That would be great. Thanks.