February 19, 2013
T W O B E E R S
That was it, the evening sealed with just a couple of tins. How were they going to get Celia out with the promise of just two beers. Bloodey Hell, Julio probably had booked out Coppi’s, the finest bar in Biaritiz. How were they going to get Celia’s bunch out with a false promise of two beers and a stroll along the beech. no self effacing girl was ever going to fall for that.
November 7, 2011
That’s right! Our home boy davfarrow has finally ventured into the world of fine art photography or the like with his new site http://davfarrow.com. So if you are totally in the mood for some fantastic David Farrow photography greatness (because let’s face it who isn’t?!) then totally totally TOTALLY check out the new website:
June 29, 2011
I have recently been listening to Cat’s Eyes self titled album. The sound is very similar to that of Broadcast and Girls, wondering through melancholy with gentle harmonies. Definitely worth checking out… you never know, it might graze a Mercury. They have live dates and I will be seeing them in September at the Queen Elizabeth Hall. Favourite tracks, “Cat’s Eyes”, “Face In The Crowd”, “I knew It Was Over”
June 23, 2011
I have a plan. Please be directed to my new location photography blog, “wild bears”. you may find it at davfarrow.blogspot.com.
I am trying to setup and design a really strong online marketing tool using facebook, flickr,vimeo, my new blog and hopefully a new website. The website is going to be the hub of the mischief. With this I want to publish a monthly e-newsletter to help advertise and form a marketing database as well as advertise through “Free-art Friday”.
First things first I need to get everything set up. Would it be possible to get your help?
June 19, 2011
I have been thinking of making a series of prints based on superimposing images.
I love the idea of collages, such as the ones by David Hockney. The Urban Outfitters store in Covent Garden also exhibits some amazing gold leaf images. As with Photoshop,they idea of layering an image seems quite appealing. Not only does a mistake not jeopardise the whole piece but I can imagine a sense of fluidity between the layers. Acrylic on Transparencies.
What about water?