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Musings about art, design, the 'journey', and creative things in general

A Retro Future - A bit of an essay

A retro future: A bit of an essay

Reading Time: 7 minutes Shapes, forms, colours were diverse, often soft, organic, and the visions of the future, in paint and ink, were as varied as they were interesting.

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Gerard Thomas Illustration - Roy Huxley

Roy Huxley Rediscovered

Reading Time: 3 minutes I instantly recognised why his work at the time was so magnetic – it has that ageless ’something’. While I can’t put my finger on just what this something is, Huxley’s Matchbox art has it in spades.

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Akira, an incomplete review

Reading Time: 4 minutes Themes of youth alienation and anti-establishment, military power and government corruption are handled cleanly and powerfully, balanced with the core theme of the super natural powers that drive the pivotal characters.

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Box Art

Reading Time: 8 minutes Like the Matchbox art of Roy Huxley, which for me proceeded gaming, I was always captivated by the artwork adorning boxes of many games.

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Chris Foss and Me

Reading Time: 5 minutes Foss’ visions are those of an industrial space and scale, where the craft are purposeful, work is hard, mechanical, and space unfriendly for people.

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There is no wrong in art

Reading Time: 4 minutes This issue came to a head very recently. I woke up with a ‘eureka’ moment and madly went out to my desk and put the scribble on paper. A critical design concept I had been playing with for months had come together – finally I had something I was really happy with.

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gerard-thomas-illustration-tools

Tools!

Reading Time: 5 minutes Things change over time, that is just one of those things in life and even something as rooted as drawing changes too.

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