07/04/2009

Espionage at the museum.


I found this from 1998/99. I was working in a sleepy seaside printers, knocking out Itinery's for the WI and Masonic Hall and business cards for builders and cleaners. While no one was looking I did this on the ropey old photocopier. I had to change the toner cartridge for the colour changes. It's the only one, I wish i'd done more.

7 comments:

Mark said...

Hey, your styles all there, even twenty years ago.

Joe Decie said...

So how'd you do it? was it a colour copier?

Fred Blunt said...

That's great!
Limited primaries work real good here

WJC said...

Thanks chaps, perhaps it show's I haven't developed!

The colours where none negotiable Fred, it was a monochrome copier (traditionally black) but I got to swap for the only other toner colours they had in the cupboard. Three different drawings photocopied three times on the same page in the three colours to build the image. Much like screen printing but in a warm and smelly way.

Thanks for stopping by Joe (hope that helps) I love the Mars/ M.A.R.S thing by the way.

Dan McDaid said...

Ooh, it's luvverly.

I sometimes wish I had your brain...!

D

WJC said...

I'm sure it feels the same way Dan!

Nelson Evergreen said...

Hey, cheers for stopping by Warwick. I bookmarked you just the other week, as it happens - lovely stuff.