Art Of Watership Down

I couldn't tell you how many times I've seen Watership Down. I lost count years ago. My dad videotaped it off the TV when I was under double figures. If I remember rightly, he taped over something else and wrote WATERSHIP DOWN over whatever title the previous film had. My siblings and I played that… Continue reading Art Of Watership Down

Watership Down Worship : Etsy Finds

On the 24th of December, one of my all-time favourite authors Richard Adams passed away. To honour his finest work and a book which changed my life and inspired the direction I would take as a writer, I will be sharing my favourite artistic finds which celebrate Watership Down. Today I've been on Etsy and… Continue reading Watership Down Worship : Etsy Finds

My Heart Has Joined The Thousand

Today I learned about the passing of Richard Adams, the author of the novel Watership Down, a book to which I owe so much. We had the cartoon adaptation from 1978 on VHS and I watched it repeatedly throughout my childhood, at least a few times a week for several years and then a couple… Continue reading My Heart Has Joined The Thousand

365 Days Of Dark Art : 65 / Caitlin Hackett

So, we have reached day 65 of the 365 days of Dark Art series. (I'm aware that some have been posted on odd days, and for this I apologise, but life, you know?) Anyway, I wanted to feature an artist who I think is really bloody special for this 65th post. The artist I opted… Continue reading 365 Days Of Dark Art : 65 / Caitlin Hackett

Black Rabbit of Inlé

The animated adaptation of Richard Adam's groundbreaking novel Watership Down - still one of my favourite reads, I highly recommend it - introduced me to the harsh realities of death when I was well under double figures. Despite the deep feeling of terror and intense grief that it installed when I was a young un,… Continue reading Black Rabbit of Inlé