Balance of powerJulian Baker
London, February 2014

Balance of power
Julian Baker
London, February 2014

Rowena Macdonald
London, January 2014
Author of “Smoked meat”
Julian Baker
From the series “Novelists”

Rowena Macdonald
London, January 2014
Author of “Smoked meat
Julian Baker
From the series “Novelists

Balance of power (Polaroid) Julian Baker
London, February 2014

Balance of power (Polaroid)
Julian Baker
London, February 2014

Models, please read.

thezexdiaries:

I’ve been making a few posts about a horrible shooting experience I had back in December 2012. I have not been myself since. I just wanted to continue with my life and forget that it happened but I couldn’t. It’s caused me many sleepless nights and distress.

I have since reported it and he will…

Irvine Welsh
by Julian Baker
Glasgow, December 2013

From the series “Novelists”

Irvine Welsh
by Julian Baker
Glasgow, December 2013

From the series “Novelists

mike-funk:

i made a new comic guyz reblog if u agree ;)

mike-funk:

i made a new comic guyz reblog if u agree ;)

(Source: othermike)

“Life support”
A triptych comprising ‘One Third Inflated’ London, July 2012 / ‘Les Préservatifs’ London, September 2013 / ‘Life Support’ June, 2013
Julian Baker

www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

“Life support”
A triptych comprising ‘One Third Inflated’ London, July 2012 / ‘Les Préservatifs’ London, September 2013 / ‘Life Support’ June, 2013
Julian Baker

www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

“Les Préservatifs” (Panel 2) – From the Life Support triptych
Julian Baker
London, September 2013www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

“Les Préservatifs” (Panel 2) – From the Life Support triptych
Julian Baker
London, September 2013
www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

“One Third Inflated” (panel one) – From the Life Support triptych
Julian Baker
London, July 2012www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

“One Third Inflated” (panel one) – From the Life Support triptych
Julian Baker
London, July 2012
www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

Fumble mouth | DOG-EAR

“Fumble mouth”, a tiny story by Julian Baker

Hand on heart, I didn’t say those nice things about the bookmark that thinks it’s a… http://wp.me/sh0aU-3135View Post

Hand on heart, I didn’t say those nice things about the bookmark that thinks it’s a… http://wp.me/sh0aU-3135

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“Life Support” (panel three) – From the Life Support triptych
Julian Baker
London, September 2013

www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

“Life Support” (panel three) – From the Life Support triptych
Julian Baker
London, September 2013

www.julianbaker.com/photography/triptychs/

Grayson Perry – I Found Myself In The Art World 5 Nov 2013 (0 plays)

This is the last lecture of four but stands alone. Listen to them all.

But if you dont know Grayson Perry or aren’t that worried about what modern art means and how the market functions then this one is for you – since it’s about you and art.

Download/listen to them all:
www.bbc.co.uk/podcasts/series/reith

The award-winning artist Grayson Perry presents the 2013 BBC Reith Lectures, titled Playing to the Gallery. Across four programmes he discusses what makes him an artist, the limits of contemporary art, how to gauge the quality of new artworks and the future of the avant-garde.

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Back in 2011 I was asked to write a piece for the inaugural edition of Rong Wrong – a literary magazine on the nature of language. I never received a copy and recently noticed the web site’s gone offline. One can only hazard that any viewing is now confined to the shelves and drawers of those who brought a copy.

nthposition — the very fine online literary site —  decided that they would like to publish it in the absence of other outlets.

Read it at www.nthposition.com/thepocket.php

(Illustration by M of Team Invisible)

Back in 2011 I was asked to write a piece for the inaugural edition of Rong Wrong – a literary magazine on the nature of language. I never received a copy and recently noticed the web site’s gone offline. One can only hazard that any viewing is now confined to the shelves and drawers of those who brought a copy.

nthposition — the very fine online literary site — decided that they would like to publish it in the absence of other outlets.

Read it at www.nthposition.com/thepocket.php

(Illustration by M of Team Invisible)

“Coupled, Lovers #10”
Julian Baker
London, September 2013

From the Coupled series

“Coupled, Lovers #10”
Julian Baker
London, September 2013

From the Coupled series