Monday, 28 July 2014

Gaza relief fund

I've been feeling a little helpless when reading stories of what is happening to civilians, many incredibly young, in Gaza at this very moment. In an effort to help in some, small, way I'm selling this print with all profits going to help the British Red Cross' bring medical aid to those in need.

The conflict is complicated and, for many of us, difficult to attach ourselves to but, I think, this piece from Jon Snow fully explains why we should be paying attention.

Monday, 14 July 2014


I need a studio assistant to help me out on July 30th. Mostly this will involve doing a lot of cutting out and maybe some sticking stuff together as well. Nothing too taxing really, it should only take 3-4 hours in theory. In return I can offer £15, some lunch and some prints and zines and things. You'll need to be able to get to Peckham Rye station by 11am on the 30th.

email lizzy (at)

Thursday, 29 May 2014

A trip to Helsinki

Earlier this month I visited a good friend in Helsinki. This new zine is filled with drawings from that trip alongside some notes and general nonsense. You can get it here.  

Thursday, 17 April 2014

Shared Spaces

A few weeks ago I went to the British Museum with photographer Fiona Essex to participate in her 'Shared Spaces' project. I walked around the museum, drawing, and she took photos as I went. Now i'm not usually one for photos of myself but these have a convenient lack of face in them so I quite like them! You can see the full set here (and others in the series).

Monday, 7 April 2014

If & When

Another zine. I cant be stopped. I'll make hundreds of the damn things. 

This one is along the same lines as my book 'Minnows'. Pictures and words. It was put together quite quickly so its sort of rough around the edges.

Friday, 7 February 2014

New Zine

 To coincide with my exhibition I've made a little twenty-page zine full of drawings from the show and a two short comics. Its available to buy here. 

Monday, 27 January 2014

Hard Wood & Heavy Water

“Hard Wood and Heavy Water” an exhibition

Jaguar Shoes
32-34 Kingsland Road, 
Shoreditch, London E2 8DA

PV: 30th January 2014. 7pm till late
31st January – 16th March 2014.

This is my first solo show in London. You can read some official information about it here.  Its sort of about living at the end of the world. 
Hard Wood and Heavy Water' takes place along some half-imagined coastline where two houses sit, on opposite sides of a wind-beaten cove. In one lives a man and in the other, a woman. But this is not a love story. Their lives will not collide, the pieces of the puzzle will not happily fall into place. Instead they cross over, pass by one another, peacefully; firewood left at the fork in the road, a box of candles during a powercut, whisky on the doorstep at christmas. Theirs is a story of silent reassurance, the comfort born of seeing  a light flicker across the inky black curve of the sea. 
  This place feels like the end of the world, the last point before the flat of the ocean drops off and disappears. Skies are bigger here, the weather asserts itself with shameless confidence. It is hard to say how these two people came to be here, whether they simply always were, or if they retreated from something, the world perhaps. Maybe it isn't even a 'retreat' but a challenge- squaring up to world, taking as much air in your lungs as you can, filling your greedy eyes with it all.