Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Sunday, December 19, 2010

Omar sleeps

Omar hard at work. He is dreaming of tinned turkey and fresh chicken rissoles.

Drawn 28|09|10

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Yoga classes for 2011

(Click to enlarge.)

Dear Festive Stretchy Ones,

Well another yoga year has come and gone.... But here's a bit of excitement for you to print and pop on the fridge door in readiness for 2011..... It all begins again on Saturday January 15th..... so if you are away lolling on some distant beach or mountain top, I'll look forward to seeing you whenever you are back....


Wednesday, December 08, 2010

Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Softies in the window

Masked Clement and Little Lady Clara are in the window as part of Meet Me At Mikes as part of the fourth annual Softies for Mirabel handmade toys. Can you spot them?

See more here.

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Calling all little wolves

New works on paper by Gracia & Louise available here.

"For the next handful of weeks, Louise and I are offering you—blue-ribbon blog readers, dazzlingly-nice newsletter subscribers, terrifically first-class twitter followers et al.—twenty percent off everything listed in our online store. Simply type in LITTLEWOLF upon checkout in order to do so.

We are offering 20% off all things listed, from artwork to zines, until Christmas eve 2010. Enjoy, friends one and all, enjoy."

Monday, November 08, 2010

'There, a moment' held by Gracia

originally uploaded by gracia+louise.

Gracia Haby
Edition of 60

"This zine features twelve new postcard collages with random ephemera pages dispersed throughout. With a yellow cover and yellow card spine, it features the collage 'Still without a clue'."

Discover more,
Coloured like ripe lemons or egg yolks.
In two shakes (of a lamb's tail).

Newsletter 19

Quadrupeds drawn from London's Natural History Museum collection by Louise

originally uploaded by gracia+louise.

Louise Jennison
Edition of 100

"This zine features the African elephant named George who resided in the main hall of the Natural History Museum in the years prior to the Diplodocus; Johnston's okapi on display in 1901; a tiger from the Game Animals of the Empire exhibition of 1932; a lion in a damaged cabinet after the 1944 bombings; a rabbit frequently sketched by schoolchildren in the Children's Centre, 1949."

Discover more,
Coloured like ripe lemons or egg yolks.
In two shakes (of a lamb's tail).

Newsletter 19

Sunday, October 31, 2010

Saturday, October 30, 2010


A corner of Garafagnana, one of the greenest and most densely forested areas of Tuscany, Its isolation was in the past the source of widespread legends.