I ran across this one in a second-hand store months ago, but I hadn’t had the chance yet to read. Whitechapel Gods was always pulling at me from the bookshelf (I think it was those smoldering eyes on the cover), and a six-hour round trip bus ride gave me plenty of time to consume and digest this very colorful creation by S. M. Peters. What is Whitechapel Gods About? But when I say “colorful” please do not picture a rainbow. This is a dark tale of humankind caught in the middle of a millennia-old struggle between beings of great power who use their influence to wage … Continue reading Whitechapel Gods by S.M. Peters Review
Like so many places in London, Blackfriar’s Bridge has an official name that hardly anyone knows. It was originally named Pitt Bridge for the Prime Minister, William Pitt, who was in power when it was first built in 1769. But, … Continue reading Throwback Thursday – Taste of the Victorian Era: Blackfriar’s Bridge, London
Building on the success of his first book Walking your Octopus – and spin off activity book Coloring with your Octopus – Brian Kesinger is back with more observations on taking your favourite cephalopod out of the house.
With an RRP of $29.95 (£20.10), it’s currently available on Amazon for £21.99 ($32.77).
Brian Kesinger, the creator of well known illustrated novel Walking Your Octopus featuring Otto the Octopus and Victoria, has started a campaign on Indiegogo to begin funding for the creation of a collectible figurine. Continue reading “Brian Kesinger launches campaign on Indiegogo”
Printing website WeLoveFine recently held a competition. The theme was PORTAL, based on the computer game and over 250 people submitted art work. There were some stunning entries with most depicting the protagonist of the Portal game; Chell and her Portal Gun. Continue reading “Steampunk artist wins art competition”
There’s a jolly interesting interview with steampunk illustrator Brian Kesinger. Read it here and giggle mercilessly at his illustrations: Via ComicMix Related articles Interview With Steampunk Octopus Artist Brian Kesinger What If The Transformers Were Dapper Steampunk Robots? Continue reading ComicMix interview with Brian Kesinger