Ampersand posters now available.

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How was the ampersand designed? Why does it mean ‘and’?

There’s something special about this unique glyph, so I thought I would design a poster to celebrate.

Featuring hand drawn illustrations and examples of the ampersand in use, plus a brief history of how this fascinating glyph came to be, this A3 poster is now for sale.

Digitally printed on beautiful 350gsm silk, you can stick it straight on the wall or give it the love it deserves in a frame.

Only £15 + £2.50 P&P (UK only)*

A3 (297mm x 420mm), 350gsm silk.
Order using Paypal, even if you have a credit or debit card. Click Buy Now and your poster will be on its way!


*if you live outside of the UK, please contact me for a postage quote.

Election 2017: How I’m Going to Decide

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Another election is looming. Lucky us.
On 8th June, Britain will be deciding on a leader of the country. But the way we vote, we don’t choose the future prime minister directly. Instead, each constituency in the UK elects one Member of Parliament (MP) to a seat in the House of Commons and the political party that wins the most seats in the House of Commons forms the Government, with the party’s elected leader as the prime minister.

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I’m very much alive. You just won’t find me on Facebook.

I’m not moving to a kibbutz, eschewing social networking or becoming a business Luddite. Facebook just doesn’t fit into my life anymore.

In the Beginning

Like most people, I found it exciting to be able to share my life (thoughts, insights, photographs) with a large number of people instantly. One post and everyone would know what was going on in my life. Then I noticed something was happening with all the people I was trying to keep in touch with. It all got too personal.

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