Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Hound Hybrids!

Here is a new series of dogs I have been working on.
These fashionable dogs are all the rage!

I will be printing them as individuals around 20cm sq

What do you think?
Any more suggestions of hybrids?

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Designers / Makers

I have recently joined the site Designers / Makers
A lovely site of like minded folk.
This is how they sum themselves up.

I look forward to getting involved in more events!

Monday, 22 August 2011

Platillos Drinks menu

An old uni friend Lee got in touch with a lovely little job recently, a drinks menu
for a great restaurant in Sheffield called Platillos
It was a fantastic brief to work on, Lee really understood my ideas and celebrated my style in his designs. I hope to visit the restaurant one day. Cheers Lee!

Monday, 8 August 2011

Bristol BBC radio

Yesterday I was at Bristol's Mshed introducing my nautical show. It was a lovely affair with coffee, chocolate and friends. Amongst the crowds Bryony Morgan and myself were interviewed by BBC Bristol radio,
You can hear it here

20mins into the Breakfast show!
Breakfast With Steve Le Fevre :

Monday, 1 August 2011

Ahoy there!

5 Aug - 2 Sep 2011
M Shed exhibition Bristol
The new museum M Shed has just opened in Bristol, and I will be exhibiting in the museum shop this August, the show is going to be nautical indeed.
The image above is The Matthew, here is some info on the wonderful ship.

Over 500 years ago John Cabot and his crew set sail for Asia aboard the original Matthew hoping to trade goods and commodities with the people who lived there.

However, he finally arrived on the coast of Newfoundland and therefore was the original discoverer of North America, not Christopher Columbus as most people believe.

Today the replica of the Matthew sits proudly in Bristol harbour for all to see. The general public are able to board the Matthew as well as embark on trips around the harbour.

In 1997 the replica Matthew followed the same course as John Cabot in 1497 and sailed across to Newfoundland. It carried the same number of crew members as the original and took the same and used the same amount of time to complete the crossing.