Portraits for Ts: A project dating back to 1988

DURING the late 1980s I got involved in a business retailing mainly household and personal care goods at very reasonable prices. Just before its launch in 1988, we were short of products so

Back to black

IN MY “Fear and Hope in Covid Times”, when I was sliding towards negativity again, I felt a desperate need to check myself. Two ways of breaking a trend, I thought, was to

Evocative durian, mystifying durian

I HAVE always wanted to illustrate something on the “king of fruit” but never found the right mood or opportunity to do so. In early 2022, a chance discovery that a former colleague

Scions of Bacchus

PLACES that serve alcohol are a paradise for discovery – of people’s character, their secrets and fantasies. They are the regular haunts of boasters, fun seekers, sorrow drowners, even journalists and spies and


IN THIS SERIES, I assemble seemingly unconnected but related shapes in two or three visual perspectives so that they can be seen differently if you focus on each part. Exhibited at Restart 2020: