Romance is in the air this time of year…
Some Photographs taken at last year’s exhibition - Illustrating Dracula: Practice and Research.
Finished silkscreen print of Whitby harbour. My first trip there for reference was in the summer of 2011… so it’s only a little bit overdue.
As with most of my work for the last year, this is inspired by Dracula.
Textures were gathered at Toxteth Park Cemetery.
Printed at Liverpool School of Art and Design in an edition of thirteen.
Silkscreen session at Liverpool School of Art and Design - cover for a new edition of Dracula.
The e-book edition will be published by the e-Gothicist project, as the first in their series of multimedia educational critical editions towards the end of the summer.
The e-Gothicist project was initiated by Dr Ben Brabon and other academics at Edge Hill University, and is funded by the Higher Education Authority. The e-book and full educational app will be available to pupils and students studying the novel for free and will facilitate discussion and critique within the classroom as well as outside it.
Photographs by Milos Simpraga.
Castle Dracula. Finishing touches to be added by hand.
One of three colour-ways.
This illustration is Renfield’s cell.