Interview number four is with all around awesome lady Evie Cahir. Melbourne based artist Evie Cahir’s watercolour illustrations depict the little moments in life. Each fragment is carefully detailed and archived, then left to stand alone in a frame of negative space, which just begs you pay attention to what’s at its focus. That focus… View Post

The third of my throwback interviews is with the ever thought provoking Anatol Knotek. Anatol Knotek is an Austrian artist and visual poet whose work takes the simple truths and ideas we often overlook when taking them for granted and makes them visible. For those of you not familiar with the concept of visual poetry,… View Post

This is the second in my series of throwback interviews, this time with the incredibly talented May Xiong. If there’s a moustachioed man, covered in mackerel vertically streaked with a smudge of mauve and he’s looking straight at you, you have to ask yourself “why?”. That’s exactly what I did when I first saw May… View Post

This time last year, and the two years before, I was going back to university. It seems weird not to be going back now. As a nod to that nostalgia, I thought I’d post up a series of interviews I did for The Oxford Student with some of my favourite artists in 2014. “Oh no!… View Post

As Hannah Montana told us many years ago: “Everybody has those days / Everybody makes mistakes / Everybody knows what I’m talking about / Everybody gets that way”. Despite Hannah’s wisdom, in a world where we’re always trying to do more and expect to be able to do everything, it can be hard to get… View Post