You're DEAD! Collage by Rodney Rigby

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You're DEAD!

Rodney Rigby

United Kingdom


Size: 11.6 W x 7.9 H x 0 D in

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Another of the drawings/collages of kids at play, based on memories of playing in the 1960/70s... I can't remember the last time I saw a kid come out of a cinema with all guns blazing, evading capture from the Indians all the way home, but we did it every Saturday.

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My first exhibition was sometime around 1983. Mostly portraits and landscapes and figure stuff. I hated it when I saw it up there, all together. Soon as the exhibition was done I threw everything in the dump. I didn't draw again for a year or so. When I did start again I drew in such a small scale, always b/w, and somewhat surreal in style. I sent 3 of the drawings to the Bluecoat Gallery in Liverpool for a show of Comic/Graphic Book Art and they liked them, asking for 3 more. I did six. Soon after the show they were published in a number of comics and UK fanzines and I did more, ending up with around 80 in total. I showed them to an agency in London and ended up working as a freelance illustrator for a couple of years... ( GQ Magazine, Observer Magazine, TSB, Orchard Books ), at the same time exhibiting where I could. The 80 plus drawings would eventually become my first book, There's A Building On Sixth Avenue; quickly followed by Hello, This Is Your Penguin Speaking; and The Night The Moon Fell Asleep, all published by Hyperion/Disney, New York. I also illustrated Paul Muldoon's, The Last Thesaurus for Faber & Faber. I decided at this point I had pretty much gone as far as I could with my writing and increasingly my ideas were moving away from children's books and the constraints that come with them. I wanted to concentrate more on my painting and drawing and at the same time I began making small sculptural works from vintage found objects. All of which I continue to do. Recent works were featured in Arizona State University's Superstition Review where I also wrote a number of guest blogs around my working practice. More recent creations include HOMESiCK, a graphic novel for children and numerous related pieces and Gas Mask Girl, a series of drawings, paintings and sculptural works (inspired by my experiences during the recent Covid-19 lockdown). I also wrote and illustrated a new children's book based on another character of mine; CARLOS, a spiky young cactus at home in Two Moons Valley, and again, the subject of many a painting/drawing. I always try to include humour in my art. Some works may appear dark, and often are, but the humour is usually there to be found. Thank you for reading.

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