Archive for January, 2018

No, Roko is not being a unicorn. He bumped his head on the corner of a table and was putting a cold compress on it using alcohol-free beer (it has to have some use, after all). Safety first!

Can you take up any more room on the bed? Am I in your way? As if that weren’t enough, I have the grumpy one on my body pillow. Oy.

Beautiful day on Sunday.

Very tired. Short night. Long day. Zzzzzzzzzzzz.

Combining technical skill, creativity and wit, Craig portrays iconic faces, buildings and abstracts through dozens, sometimes hundreds of intricately painted, exquisite figures. Each distinctive piece is created in black and white with a touch of red on some of the more glamorous faces. In their own way, they reflect Craig’s highly recognisable take on life, where it is the small details that work together to create the big picture.

Craig carefully plans and creates each tiny figure, all which have their own identity and personality which he has thought through to the finest details. In some of his extremely rare originals, he even goes as far as detailing each item of clothing on the individuals. His cast of characters include family members, friends and models, giving his work a uniquely personal touch. Each piece contains a range of 400 to 1,800 people in it depending on the type of work it is, and he spends anywhere from 50 to 150 working hours on one painting.

It is time to resurrect the Caterpillar Rescue Squad! Come Katy, the game’s afoot, muahahahahaha!

As an evolution from dyed armpit hair, we now have the latest fashion trend for 2018. I can dig it.