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I have updated my website with work made for and during our ‘A Watery Line’ project in Leeds this summer. Thanks.x

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Art Licks Weekend:

Kiosk will be selling some of our publications at The Peckham Pelican over the weekend as part of Art Licks weekend. k-i-o-s-k.com / www.thepeckhampelican.co.uk

William will be Performing and Djing at Art Licks opening party at Peckham Liberal Club. We’re also creating some room festoons to adorn the walls. 

A party to celebrate the Art Licks Weekend 2014, hosted by Art Licks, 38b and the late night jams crew Sleepy Night Burger Party.

Performances early evening from Luke Drozd and Andy Abbott, Laura Dee Milnes’ Klub Singers’ Klassik Karaoke Klub and more.

Music from Grubby Mix (Andy Holden DJ) and Sleepy Night Burger Party DJs.

Cash bar and good vibes.

All set in the main hall of the Liberal Club, amongst decor by Nous Vous and Lucy Joyce.

£3 on the door

www.artlicksweekend.com / facebook

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New website and new print online now:


A Moor
Relief print using the surface of my sculpture ‘Any Moor’. I used a router to draw into birch ply, creating an abstracted interpretation of a puzzle maze. This piece was a continuation of several wooden sculptures I’ve made recently, which explore the idea of play in labour, play in communication and using a making process with inherent limitations, such as only being able to cut in a particular way or having to adjust the aesthetic to the tools I’m using. Printed on at London Centre For Book arts on an old proofing press. 400mm X 400mm, Limited edition of 10. On archival paper, using pure pantone (Salmon Pink) ink. £35 — Click here to buy.

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We’ll be flogging our flat things again at Safari Festival this weekend. See a book, touch a book and buy some books.

It’ll be fun. Jungle safari.

11am to 6pm, August 30th 2014

Protein, 31 New Inn Yard, London EC2A 3EY

Safari Festival is a celebration of the new wave of alternative and art comics from the UK and beyond. Taking place over one Saturday at the end of August, the festival is an opportunity for a curated group of cartoonists and publishers to exhibit and sell their artwork, prints and, primarily, comics, and for attendees to experience the best of UK comics’ avant-garde. The artists exhibiting have been selected for their innovative, fearless, diverse approaches to making comics; approaches to cartooning that Safari intends to champion.

The festival will be free to attend, and will take place at Studio 2, the new Shoreditch gallery space of London-based creative agency, Protein.

safari-festival.com | @safarifestival | info@safari-festival.com

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Wonderful new Colossal Space up today with Luke Drozd.

There have been a few ones recently as well that I haven’t sung about here so please have a look and enjoy.

#15 - Luke Drozd - 20.06.14

‘Do Artists Dream of Mid-Career Surveys?’



See photos here

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New print produced for ‘The Loop’ the children’s newspaper. Available here: www.loop-the-loop.com

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New print available over @Colours_mayvary : www.colours-may-vary.com

A homage to Yorkshire, Landscape and Henry Moore.

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£6 + P&P (Buy Here)
A5, Edition of 30. Riso printed at London Centre For Book Arts. 2014.

My new zine ‘Castle’, which I launched at ELCAF earlier this summer. A publication featuring minimal figurative drawings. An investigation into form, shape, character and mark-making. 


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A Watery Line
9 tracks written and recorded at The Tetley 
23.07.14 - 30.07.14

For my residency period as part of Nous Vous’ ‘A Watery Line’ exhibition I set up a makeshift recording ‘studio’ with a few instruments and a Zoom H4N recorder. The idea was to write and record music, songs and sounds with no preconceived notion of what that might be until I got there. 

I found it difficult to focus on a particular direction in the space, and just having one week felt too short to realise some of the ideas I had. But I had some fun experimenting with different recording techniques and really enjoyed the challenge of coming up with something from (almost) nothing. 

The results are available to listen to in The Tetley until the 31st August, and in your home/office/street/car/prison cell via the link below until the internet is destroyed.



Nicolas P. Burrows

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