So, seeing as we have all been on lockdown for what seems forever, I thought I'd try and catalogue the collection.
Here's most of the larger 24x36" and a few smaller ones. Not sure how long it will take to photograph the smaller prints!
Richard is primarily an art department graphic designer for TV & Film, whose work can be seen in programmes including Poldark, Sherlock, and the latest series of Doctor Who. When not creating 18th century Cornish mining documents or spaceship computer screens, he can be found producing art of his own, which he sells through his website slipperyjack.bigcartel.com. This includes portrait paintings and lino cut art, usually with a dark folkloric or horror film influence.
First commission was for a HalloWhedon UK convention, been hooked ever since. After collecting original movies posters for years, thanks mainly to Mondo, the screen print alternative designs soon became a new addiction. Have to say, Mondo set me on this slippery path, first purchase was A Nightmare on Elm Street, found it by accident while looking for an original quad. Found Mondo by chance back in 2008, while searching for an original Nightmare on Elm Street I discovered Jam