Spirit Builders

Spirit Builders

Posted by on Dec 5, 2015

Introducing ‘Spirit Builders’, an important new publication from +Palamas. ‘SPIRIT BUILDERS explores a radical expression of a little known branch of mystical Freemasonry for men and women, and provides a ritual monitor and guide for those desirous of practicing this avant-garde system. Book One—In Free Communion, explores the movement of Free Illuminism, its central tenents, […]

Dreamflesh – Serigraph

Dreamflesh – Serigraph

Posted by on Aug 25, 2017

In 2006 I designed the cover for Dreamflesh Journal. The Dreamflesh project was launched in 2003, the brainchild of (and edited by) Gyrus, inspirational underground publisher/writer extraordinaire. The journal was the first and will perhaps be the only printed manifestation of the project. It was a beautifully produced, thought provoking, informative and erudite anthology of essays […]

New to the Print Gallery – The Serpents of Babalon

New to the Print Gallery – The Serpents of Babalon

Posted by on Jul 26, 2017

A new large-scale print has recently been added to the Gallery section. I am printing this A2 sized Serigraph myself, using Acrylic on 210gsm high-quality, art-paper.  The image represents the ‘Seven Serpents of Babalon’, a key aspect of the subtle anatomy of the System 156. This artwork is signed but not numbered/limited and so has a […]

Liber Incarnadine & the Grail 156

Liber Incarnadine & the Grail 156

Posted by on Jul 6, 2017

The Walcot St Mortuary Chapel in Bath was the hauntingly atmospheric venue for this talk which was delivered on June 24th 2017 as part of the ‘Rust, Blood and Bone’ event and exhibition, curated by Charlotte Rodgers. This transcript of the talk and lecture notes includes sections that were omitted due to lack of time. […]

Rust, Blood and Bone

Rust, Blood and Bone

Posted by on Jul 3, 2017

Some impressions from the hauntingly beautiful ‘Rust, Blood and Bone’ exhibition, on show in Bath between 21st -25th June. The atmospheric Walcot St Mortuary Chapel was the venue for the exhibition featuring the work of Charlotte Rodgers, Katie Pollard, and Victoria Musson. The work of the three artists made powerfully distinctive individual statements, each showing a […]