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Medieval Modernity

Gawain has made it onto the cover of Printmaking Today, with an inside story by James Russell on the collaboration between Dan Bugg and me.



Beowulf is fantastic!  I started it once and couldn’t get into it, but then  I read it for an English class when I was 13-14, and it was fantastic!   247 more words

Library Updates

Unfamiliar English

Aloha! Hola! Bonjour! Today’s post is all about language, particularly one horribly terrifying old language (or…form? of a language? Something like that.)–old English.

Pure old English isn’t exactly what we are talking about, or at least I do not think it is. 379 more words

ACG Is Weirdo Who Demands Some Things Get Categorized While Claiming To Dislike Labeling

Realising the Green Knight: Clive and Dan on messaging at Facebook

09/02/2016 12:32
Clive Hicks-Jenkins
I think I may have gone a bit mad with the cutting and taping. Does this look OK/do-able to you?

Daniel Bugg… 481 more words


Losing Your Head at Christmas, Medieval Style

One of my favourite Christmas stories of all time is the late fourteenth-century anonymous poem Gawain and the Green Knightwhich survives now only in a single manuscript filled with charming pictures (see left – aren’t they sweet?) 382 more words

Moving Toward a Print

Above: detail of a coloured-pencil study for Christmas at Camelot

The past couple of weeks have been spent preparing studies and then colour separations for the first in my… 394 more words

Looking At Art