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2 SHOT Print Series Now Available Thru Inprnt


Following up my Never Mind the Mutants: Here’s the X-Pistols series, I’d like to announce my newest series of prints available: 2 SHOT. Essentially fetishizing compositionally emotive two-shots for some of my favorite films, 2 SHOT is the latest of my stuff that is hopefully ever increasing in size and color. Each print features a charged non-verbal exchange between the two characters rendered in each piece. Tonally they’re meant to address the connection between humans at certain crucial moments.

For the most part it’s just me diving in to stuff I love. This link also contains some other miscellany in a similar style but not included in this series. I hope you enjoy them.

External Link: 2 SHOT Print Series Now Available Thru Inprnt

Mail Me Art 4 Deadline! Can you keep a secret?

It’s been a while since we moved the LCS blog from Apefluff to the main site and it’s been a while since our last blog post. A lot has happened and there’s a lot to talk about!

1911Mail Me Art 4 (Open All Hours) has been going for 17 months now. We launched MMA4 along with the current book at the London exhibition for Mail Me Art 3 (Short & Sweet) in July 2013. During that period the most asked question has been when is the deadline. Well… we’re happy to announce the deadline is 28th August 2015. For MMA4, the mail art isn’t being delivered directly to us, it’s being picked up in batches and so far we’ve collected 3 batches of brilliant mail art. I would like to show off a few of the highlights, but before that I want to mention that if you want to take part in MMA4 all you need is a copy of the MMA3 book and to receive a copy all you need to do is CLICK HERE. The Mail Me Art: Short & Sweet (MMA3) book is published and distributed by The Little Chimp Society, you can get it from Amazon, but it’ll cost you an arm and a leg. It’s cheaper to get it directly from us, and where do you think Amazon gets them from anyway? Continue Reading →

New illustration for NGT Magazine, Wedding on the beach


For this issue David Whitely writes about attending a friends wedding in Australia. He hates the idea of dressing up smart and having to pack a suit without creasing it. To his surprise the wedding is held on the beach. Dressed in his suit David is frazzled in the intense heat, to see that the other guests are casually dressed for the occasion.

External Link: New illustration for NGT Magazine, Wedding on the beach