I'm taking part in a very interesting exhibition at The Anise Gallery in Shad Thames from 6 February to 15 March.
It's called Sequential City and explores the expressive depiction of architecture in graphic novels and comics.
I'll be showing prints of my weird cityscapes from Capital City and some of the original artwork that went into making the final pages. This means ink drawings, acrylic prints and watercolour washes and lots of tracing paper.
The Anise Gallery have attracted a very impressive bunch of artists, people who really push the envelope of comics art - namely Owen D Pomery, Alison Sampson, Hannah Berry, Tim Bird and Lando. I'm very pleased to be in their company.
The Anise Gallery is at 13a Shad Thames, London, SE1 2PU (just around the corner from the Design Museum) and there's a not so private view (all invited) on Thursday 5 February, 6 - 9 PM.
More details on the exhibition at http://www.anisegallery.co.uk/portfolio/sequential-city/