I’ve reopened my online print store for just one week, so you can grab my prints off me in the run up to Christmas. Numbers are extremely limited so get in fast, there’s free delivery worldwide! I’ll be shutting up shop on 15th December so don’t miss out!
It’s been a long week of late nights in the laser studio, and it was all worth it to bring you this- the online launch of our christmas range at Joy Collection! Snowflakes, stars, art boards, and many more iPhone cases, all carefully made out of wood.
Head over to The Joy Collection and get something special- as an early little christmas present there’s free shipping until the end of wednesday with the code ‘CHRISTMASLASER’
'The Caithness writer Neil Gunn in his wonderful essay Highland Spaces talks of the horror vacui, a fear of the void, vacant places and sterile distances that can afflict visitors from the labyrinth [cities] of the south' -extract from The Architecture of Doubt, by Neil Gillespie.
Horror Vacui in visual art is the act of filling every space with detail- fearing the empty. Here I’ve tried to combine the horror vacui of the huge open landscapes in the Scottish Highlands with the fear of leaving open space in the art- every corner is filled with detail.