Mr and Mrs Deadman and Deadman junior have been out and about making the most of the weather and visiting some of the artists participating in Norfolk open studios http://www.nos10.org.uk/ . I was even successful in encouraging Mrs Deadman to purchase a super burlesque style etching for my upcoming birthday ( 21 again of course !)
It’s not been all play as more frames have arrived from the USA for processing. I also have a small show at Heydon Village Hall in Norfolk on 06/06/2010 with http://www.littlevintageloverfair.co.uk/ . We are outside so hoping that the weather holds.
You can get more of an insight into the life of the Deadman in an interview I have just done with Digger at http://www.retrosellers.com/ which can be seen and read at http://www.retrosellers.com/features258.htm . The interview has been illustrated with a selection of photo’s by popular vintage glamour photographer Tony Nylons. A pretty face is by far the best way of showcasing a classic frame. A photo of the lovely Lada Redstar in a mid 1950’s cat’s eye can be seen below. The frame is available at http://www.deadmensspex.com/default/1950s-style-spectacles-cats-eye-31.html
Hooray for the sun and a tall glass of Pimms