Etsy shop for her brilliant series of phobia prints. The above image in Octophobia, though I think my favourite is maybe Phobophobia which is the fear of phobias. Check it out.
Tuesday, October 26, 2010
Saturday, October 16, 2010
So that's our Himptology show all over, thanks to everyone that came along and took part in the Sunday Service's and created work for the "gallery" of suggestions for rules and ideas for the new religion. Hope you are now all converts.
We had quite a few people asking about small print versions of our large Commandment posters and diagrams. These are availible at 20x25cm size - have a look on Etsy and contact us to arrange the print you are after.
Monday, October 11, 2010
Sunday, October 10, 2010
A short clip of the wonderful Parsonage Choir who were kind enough to join our motley crew at today's last HIMP Sunday Service.
Those of you who took part and want to know when/ if we shall return or those of you who have read about the wonderous event and want to find out how you too can get involved should join our mailing list in the right hand collum of this page for future news.
Thanks again to everyone who came along over the course of the three weeks and especially those who came along today and bared with The Arches and their technical hitches - 40mins late and yet everyone was still happy and game for fun.
Until the next time - May HIMP be with you.
Saturday, October 09, 2010
Himptology exhibition at The Arches in Glasgow about belief and belonging. An explanation about what its all about is here and there is a short article about the show in the List, click here to go to their page to have a read
You can hear extracts from the Second HIMP Sunday Service as recorded by the Initial Itch show on SubCity radio here - http://www.subcity.org/shows/initialitch/9de74
"All rise! We've been blessed with a section from Hole In My Pocket's Sunday Service this week. Pulling together the work of a community of creative Glaswegians for a secular alternative to church, it's presided over by Reverend Gary McNair, and features Rhymes With Purple's Waiting for Groucho, a sermon from John Fitzpatrick of Trongate 103, and a chorus led by Fish and Game's Eilidh MacAskill. HIMP's Sunday Service is back in the Arches lobby on Sunday 10th October."
You can also listen to Alan Cesarano's talk from week one here - www.alancesarano.com/wheredoigofromhere.html