In 2005 most of my drawing efforts were put towards the development of The Book of Immediate Nonsense and discovering an individual approach to visual narrative. I regarded these drawings as an unmasking of illustration and its relationship to sequential storytelling - separating the picture from any overbearing text or reading devices. This form of drawing / illustrating has changed my entire outlook on image-making: through humour and stylisation, the abstract picture has become personalised and particular.
Immediate Nonsense is an electronic flipbook / screenzine of ridiculous, yet unassuming, and off-beat stories about life and death, outlandish characters, contemporary fables, natural disasters, modern behaviour, and visual discovery.
Select any of the 15 collections from the list to your right on this page.
|Lovemaking the lunch (2013, Immediate Nonsense No.11)|