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The Illustrated World of Nikki Pinder

Email: hello[at]nikkipinder[dot]co[dot]uk -- Artwork Shop: http://www.nightowlsecrets.co.uk

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Illustrator, Artist, Designer and Nightowl based in Cheshire, England.

Thursday, December 30, 2010

Guilt Booklet

A few weeks ago I received a copy of the Lazy Gramophone 'Guilt' Booklet which was published in October. It contains one of my illustrations which you can see by clicking this link: http://nikkipinder.blogspot.com/2010/10/guilt-booklet.html It also contains a poem called 'What You Have Done', written by Hannah Stephenson and inspired by my drawing.

"The booklet is a stunning collection of illustrations and short stories housed in a letter pressed cover. The internals are beautifully set and designed by LG Press designer Dan Prescott. Printed on a heavy stock with rich digital repro this limited edition run is a most desirable item."

There are now only 3 Guilt booklets left and if you would like to purchase a copy, please click this link:
http://www.lazygramophone.com/shop/guilt#next

Here are some photos of the booklet, including the illustration I created and the accompanying poem:






Robot Monster Packages

Yesterday I hid 5 limited edition Robot Monster packages in Telford's Warehouse in Chester, and if you find one you can keep it! (Full address below) Each one is full of postcards, stickers, paper cut outs, a drawing of a robot monster on an old match packet, and even a miniature Nightowl 'happy new year' hand drawn card.

There are 4 hidden near my artwork in the main gallery and 1 near the entrance. I made 10 in total last October as part of Monster Week and I posted 5 to people in England and Denmark.

Telford’s Warehouse
Canal Basin,
Tower Wharf,
Chester,
CH1 4EZ


This is what they look like:




Example of the contents:











Spooky musical skull masks:



Handmade Monster Week stickers:



Hand cut out spooky paper snowflake bats:



Robotic Fish:



Glow in the dark robot spiders:




The spiders glowing:



Putting the packages together:





The finished packages: