New Website

I’ve completely overhauled my blog and website with a nice new dash of digital paint, brightening them up and generally making them more inviting and accessible. Head on over to samzuppardi.com to take a look.

There are some brand new pictures in the black and white gallery, including the steampunky one below. Thanks to Nic Zuppardi for the helping hand in getting everything up and running!

flying-machines

Something wicked this way comes…

rumpelstiltskin-teaser

This is the teaser image I’ve provided for BalletLORENT, the dance company I was lucky enough to work with on their production of Snow White, who are completing their trilogy gothic fairy tales with Rumpelstiltskin, premiering this October.

On 20th February they are holding a fundraising event for their community cast project, which is all about getting children and older people involved in theatre. Further details and tickets are available here.

The whole production is in its early stages and it’s going to be very exciting to see how it unfolds and what the company do with the story, and the Rumpelstiltskin character… I, for one, cannot wait.

Eavesdropped – Mutiny

Eavesdropped is a drawing game for 1 or more.

You play it like this:

1. Listen out for snippets of conversation you hear as you go about your daily business – people overheard in a cafe, or a fragment of conversation in the street, that kind of thing.

2. Turn the first coherent comment you overhear into a picture.

3. Share the result. And you’re done!

This week –

mutiny

Eavesdropped – Pirate Grandma

Eavesdropped is a drawing game for 1 or more.

You play it like this:

1. Listen out for snippets of conversation you hear as you go about your daily business – people overheard in a cafe, or a fragment of conversation in the street, that kind of thing.

2. Turn the first coherent comment you overhear into a picture.

3. Share the result. And you’re done!

This week –

grandma-pirate

(Eavesdropped on the York – Harrogate train)

Eavesdropped – Heavy Arms

Eavesdropped is a drawing game for 1 or more.

You play it like this:

1. Listen out for snippets of conversation you hear as you go about your daily business – people overheard in a cafe, or a fragment of conversation in the street, that kind of thing.

2. Turn the first coherent comment you overhear into a picture.

3. That’s it, you’re done!

This week –

heavy-arms