The third post of the year on The Future Is Papier Mâché is the first street portrait of 2020: Rakia. Please visit the blog to see more…
Over on The Future Is Papier Mâché I am continuing to post about the direction of the current work – both digital and painted. In the coming year I’m planning to use the blog more as an online sketchbook, so you can see the work’s origination and development pretty much as it’s happening (along withContinue reading “And there’s more…”
Over on my blog, The Future Is Papier Mâché I’ve started a short series of posts about the development of my current practice and the relation between the digital and painted images.
I have just added some new prints to the shop – all based on recent digital constructs. Drop me a line if there’s anything you would like to see featured. The shop can be found here.
Please visit my new shop to buy prints and paintings. Drop me a line if there’s anything you would like to see featured. The shop can be found here.
Just to let you know, there are several other places to view my work online: I’m an active member of the Ello community (fantastically vibrant artist’s social media platform), post regularly on Instagram (mostly street portraits, works in progress and paintings), and for all of that plus a more diaristic slant, and exhibition reviews (withContinue reading “Other places to see my work”
I’ve just published a blog post on The Future Is Papier Mâché about the stages of creating a digital construct. In this case the final image was the basis of my painting December. You can read the post here.
The Future Is Papier Mâché Press is proud to present a pack of five printed greetings cards. Each card features a digital construct by Richard Guest. Cards are left blank for your own message and come with plain white envelopes. The five featured images are: Greetings cards cost £10 per pack + shipping. Also onContinue reading “Greetings cards and prints available”
Print of the month for December is Mutie #1, one of my earliest attempts to use my own brushstrokes in a digital image. It began as a painting in acrylic on paper, which was then scanned and edited in Photoshop. The photographic elements all come from street shots I took in London in 2015. I’veContinue reading “December’s Print Of The Month”
While I’ve been deconstructing my practice over the last couple of months, I’ve also been playing around with digital composites. I’m thinking this could make a good greetings card…