drawings VIII (the friend feeder II)

Research Blog | August 3, 2009

“The Friend Feeder II” a.k.a.  Invaders of Britain. After Rembrandt’s Woman with Snake. Sketch for an animation.


drawings VII (Reds)

Research Blog | August 1, 2009

New drawings of poor little pox-ridden red squirrels:


Drawing VI (REd vs Greys)

Research Blog | July 18, 2009

Veni vidi vici (crest II sketch)

Research Blog | July 13, 2009

Schematic/crest of 3 shields of the Grey Squirrel (Sciurus vulgaris). Originally imported from America to Great Britain ca. 1840 as a living lawn ornament. On left, the nationalist  imperative that the Greys should now be exterminated; on right; deforestation in part to supply the Briitsh Royal Navy with timber historically contributed to the near-vanquished Red…


Drawing V (study for a taxidermy arrangement)

Research Blog | July 7, 2009

Working on a plan to make a taxidermy sculpture, if I can get Paul Parker to give me all his bullet-ridden Grey culls. They’ll be put to good use, employ one of my favorite taxidermists, and look something like zombies from Shaun of the Dead. (The Red will be old fare, nothing newly killed unless…


Drawing IV (sketch for a taxidermy arrangement)

Research Blog | June 27, 2009

Drawings III (reds)

Research Blog | June 25, 2009

Drawings II (the friend feeder I)

Research Blog | June 22, 2009

“The Friend Feeder I” a.k.a. British Birds. After Lucien Freud’s Leigh Bowery. Sketch for a life-sized wildlife feeder.


Drawings I

Research Blog | June 15, 2009