Blog Posts tagged acid renaissance

The Keeper of the Archives, Dream Eaters, and Dryads

By Paul Watson on .

Being one of a (much overdue) series of updates on my Acid Renaissance series of artwork. The Keeper of the Archives In late June I took the photographs for The Keeper of the Archives. I had a great deal of trouble narrowing my choice down to one image from this shortlist of three: So…

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Acid Renaissance updates and work-in-progress

By Paul Watson on .

As per last week’s post, this post is a series of minor updates - a format I’m experimenting with, more like a newsletter with various bits and pieces. This week’s artwork I spent yesterday on life-drawing and photography, that has resulted in two new Acid Renaissance prints available…

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Acid Renaissance: Albion’s True Standard Advanced

By Paul Watson on .

I have, of late, been wittering on about radical visions of the future. It started in November with No one dreams of England’s future any more, and then The Ghosts of Christmas Futures which was followed the next day by a bit of Twitter fun called The Collective Imagined Future England where…

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The Collective Imagined Future England

By Paul Watson on .

As an experiment I asked the following question on Twitter: Right: you are all characters/professions/creatures in my vision of a post-apocalyptic England after the Dark Dream has come, where a new society is slowly being built that is a strange mix of pastoral and future-modern. So what…

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