If like me, you have a keen interest in dead things – and more to the point – if you have always wanted to know what it’s like to try taxidermy, read on… Bart’s Pathology Museum houses over 5,000 medical
Being a bespectacled baldie I’ve always been incredibly easy to caricature (I basically look like a potato from Lidl). Taking this into account, I thought I’d share some of the drawings that people have done of my shiny bald bonce.
I went to see The Whoresley Show the other day – an exhibition dedicated to the late Sebastian Horsley – and very good it is too. It’s on at The Outsiders London in Soho’s Greek Street and runs from 9th
I went on my annual jaunt to the London Tattoo Convention on Saturday. I had the best of times and the worst of times as Dickens might say (if he was keen on posing tattooed twats). The reasons for why
Because it’s Easter I’d thought I’d share this youtube clip of the artist, Sebastian Horsley, being crucified. The video is totally real and quite unnerving, although you don’t actually see any blood. He doesn’t shout out when the nails go
The current social media buzz is all about Pinterest. It’s working on an invite only basis at the moment, but you can also send a request directly to Pinterest and go on their invites waiting list. So what is Pinterest?
Sometimes I can be almost creative, but not quite. I was bored the other day so I decided to make myself some business cards. I was so pleased with the results that I decided to get some stickers made as
Someone sent me this video via YouTube (@splattermac) because it made them “think of me”. It’s about 6 minutes long, but is well worth watching – it shows New York tattoo artist, Scott Campbell, making a prison-style tattoo machine and