By Dan Pearce Dan Pearce has done editorial work for many magazines and newspapers including New Society, Honey, 19, […]
Making keepsakes with pyrography By Gill Rippingale I’ve been making Keepsakes for a number of years now, and […]
By Thomas Gilbert Life’s fortunes take us down a trailThrough fog and wind and rain and hailBut sometimes […]
…and ban plastic grass! Zombie Apocalypse, 05th Aug 2021 By Gordon Liddle As miserable weather continues with more […]
I utterly need Green around me! I am experiencing a kind of lack of it at the moment, as I moved to the seaside. The sea is wonderful, but I am hankering after Forest… I’ve never been really drawn to deserts, although my eldest son really wants to experience a desert, but he wants to go to the Atacama.
Science and technology are only the means to an end, and that end is art. By Phil Hall […]
Bandes dessinees (comics) – the French do it so much better. Most of my working life was spent […]
England is, as far as colours go, fairly subdued and uniform. Mexico is the opposite By Simon Brewster […]
By Paul Halas Cartoons that were art. Growing up in a family that was immersed in the visual […]
Halas & Batchelor Cartoon Films 1940 – 1995 By Vivien Halas This year marks the 80th year since […]
Ars Notoria is pleased to present the fourth episode in the comic series by Dan Pearce.
Ars Notoria is pleased to present the third episode in the comic series by Dan Pearce.
Two Tall Trees There’s a window in the bathroom and if you stand at the bottom of the […]
Celebrations in the streets of Dharavi, Mumbai By Andy Hall The principle practice in street photography, and why […]