Dylan and Dylan
Dylan and Dylan
Pim Fortuyn
Pim Fortuyn
Brian Blessed
Brian Blessed

Gordon's ALIVE!

Al Bowlly
Al Bowlly

The Big Swoon they called him.

Torn between two loves. The old and the new. Where will it take me? What shall I do?


Monty Don
Monty Don

Monty says place them two to three inches apart. 

Thursday is pathetic
Thursday is pathetic
Roy Orbison
Roy Orbison

Only the lonely know the way I feel tonight  

Boat-builder
Boat-builder
David Lynch
David Lynch
Captain Caveman
Captain Caveman
Robin on a good day
Robin on a good day
De'Jour Thomas [v2]
De'Jour Thomas [v2]
Mary Berry off the telly
Mary Berry off the telly
McLovin Chen
McLovin Chen
William Burroughs
William Burroughs

Consider the impasse of a one-God universe…

He is all-knowing and all-powerful. He can’t go anywhere since He is already everywhere. He can’t do anything since the act of doing presupposes opposition.

His universe is irrevocably thermodynamic—having no friction by definition. So, He has to create friction: War, Fear, Sickness, Death… to keep his dying show on the road.

Actually
Actually

A date with Pablo Picasso and David Hockney. Nice. But who’s the third person in the illustration, the one sketching these two giants? Why, that’s you dear viewer. You!

Allan Oakes
Allan Oakes
Tolle and Sadhguru
Tolle and Sadhguru

Metal guru is it true?

Arno Brok
Arno Brok
John Lennon
John Lennon

You only got one
And a dog's life ain't fun

A whole new level
A whole new level

The rise of populist thinking. Left to right: Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Geert Wilders (hair only) and Marie Le Pen.

The Executive Learner
The Executive Learner
Mick and Keith's on their day off
Mick and Keith's on their day off
Om Terry of Jakarta
Om Terry of Jakarta
John and Paul get away from it all
John and Paul get away from it all
Gordon Heuckeroth
Gordon Heuckeroth
Martin Scorsese
Martin Scorsese
Johnny Rotten
Johnny Rotten
David Bowie
David Bowie

The little green wheels are following me. Oh no not again.

Hank Williams
Hank Williams

In their shame they're all the same
These men with broken hearts

De'Jour Thomas [v1]
De'Jour Thomas [v1]
The Passenger
The Passenger
Dame Helen
Dame Helen
Blue Reed
Blue Reed
Bob Dylan
Bob Dylan

She says, “I know you’re an artist, draw a picture of me.”
I say, “I would if I could, but I don’t do sketches from memory”

Bonnetje me?’
Bonnetje me?’

‘Bonnetje me?’ sort of means ‘do you want a receipt?’ in Dutch. This picture celebrates that frozen supermarket moment (probably in a branch of Dirk van den Broek judging by the livery). I’m also slightly fascinated/horrified by people who do that funny thing of closing their eyes briefly when they talk. It’s an unconscious thing, and the people that do it don’t believe you when you tell them they do it. 

Me
Me
Dylan and Dylan
Pim Fortuyn
Brian Blessed
Al Bowlly
Monty Don
Thursday is pathetic
Roy Orbison
Boat-builder
David Lynch
Captain Caveman
Robin on a good day
De'Jour Thomas [v2]
Mary Berry off the telly
McLovin Chen
William Burroughs
Actually
Allan Oakes
Tolle and Sadhguru
Arno Brok
John Lennon
A whole new level
The Executive Learner
Mick and Keith's on their day off
Om Terry of Jakarta
John and Paul get away from it all
Gordon Heuckeroth
Martin Scorsese
Johnny Rotten
David Bowie
Hank Williams
De'Jour Thomas [v1]
The Passenger
Dame Helen
Blue Reed
Bob Dylan
Bonnetje me?’
Me
Dylan and Dylan
Pim Fortuyn
Brian Blessed

Gordon's ALIVE!

Al Bowlly

The Big Swoon they called him.

Torn between two loves. The old and the new. Where will it take me? What shall I do?


Monty Don

Monty says place them two to three inches apart. 

Thursday is pathetic
Roy Orbison

Only the lonely know the way I feel tonight  

Boat-builder
David Lynch
Captain Caveman
Robin on a good day
De'Jour Thomas [v2]
Mary Berry off the telly
McLovin Chen
William Burroughs

Consider the impasse of a one-God universe…

He is all-knowing and all-powerful. He can’t go anywhere since He is already everywhere. He can’t do anything since the act of doing presupposes opposition.

His universe is irrevocably thermodynamic—having no friction by definition. So, He has to create friction: War, Fear, Sickness, Death… to keep his dying show on the road.

Actually

A date with Pablo Picasso and David Hockney. Nice. But who’s the third person in the illustration, the one sketching these two giants? Why, that’s you dear viewer. You!

Allan Oakes
Tolle and Sadhguru

Metal guru is it true?

Arno Brok
John Lennon

You only got one
And a dog's life ain't fun

A whole new level

The rise of populist thinking. Left to right: Nigel Farage, Boris Johnson, Donald Trump, Geert Wilders (hair only) and Marie Le Pen.

The Executive Learner
Mick and Keith's on their day off
Om Terry of Jakarta
John and Paul get away from it all
Gordon Heuckeroth
Martin Scorsese
Johnny Rotten
David Bowie

The little green wheels are following me. Oh no not again.

Hank Williams

In their shame they're all the same
These men with broken hearts

De'Jour Thomas [v1]
The Passenger
Dame Helen
Blue Reed
Bob Dylan

She says, “I know you’re an artist, draw a picture of me.”
I say, “I would if I could, but I don’t do sketches from memory”

Bonnetje me?’

‘Bonnetje me?’ sort of means ‘do you want a receipt?’ in Dutch. This picture celebrates that frozen supermarket moment (probably in a branch of Dirk van den Broek judging by the livery). I’m also slightly fascinated/horrified by people who do that funny thing of closing their eyes briefly when they talk. It’s an unconscious thing, and the people that do it don’t believe you when you tell them they do it. 

Me
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