The other day I found a good post from Seth Godin on a way for very small businesses to get an online presence, quickly and cheaply. I don’t agree with the specifics of his method necessarily – it’s quite heavily weighted towards Squidoo lenses. But it had the desired effect which was [...]
Interesting article from Wired a few years back – http://www.wired.com/entertainment/music/magazine/16-01/ff_args
The groovy little arts/empty spaces collective I’ve co-founded have secured temporary use of two stalls at Brighton’s Open Market prior to the major developments planned. This is brilliant news for us and in some ways a long time coming!
This is our pilot project in the realms of transforming unused city space for creative and [...]
A couple of preview images of my latest work.
The work is based around ideas of repetition and deconstruction. Straight lines are scored into the painted paper with a knife tip, creating a strong white line against a dark background. The simple yet repetitive act of ruling hundreds of lines echoes the process of meditation [...]
Maybe i spoke too soon. Just when you think you’re efforts will amount to nowt, along comes life to say “hang on buddy, you don’t know anything about how this stuff works”.
The way I see it is that all our efforts are washing around in the great efforts washing machine/lotto ball tumbler. And [...]
Picture hanging in Brighton has not yet sprouted, though the seeds have been planted via web presence and business cards and speaking to local framers. So in the meantime it’s commuter time – back to London for a month or two of ad agency work it seems. My CV seems pretty popular [...]
peartruck is Patrick Donohoe, artist, and the Brighton picture hanger, as well as general web guy, gardener, meditator etc.
This is the new version of my sit. I’ll be editing and playing around with it as time goes on.
If you want to make contact email patrick(at)peartruck.com