The lines behind my brow

The lines behind my brow

The lines behind my brow
Fizzed then – and how,
As strong as these same lines do here and now.

Equally global for needling cloth together…
Phat’n’ phunky and grouped into 8’s, 3’s, 24’s or ‘mores’ for the back-ends of electric wire connects…
Wrapped co-axially for unbelievable power communication cross cultures…
Bent in Spring to drive time pieces…
Soldered and Pumping multi-message…
Readying the Suburban Universe of Interactive TV Jockeys…
Putting an equal foot on your stairs for Tribal grit…
Totally Trashing the growth in forest devastation…
Aiding Fusion of the F1ip Resource…

Holding back and holding in …
I place my finger
Like a pin,
On random lines
Not on the web
But running round
Within my head.

Cloud archive part-rescued of the ‘Nine Tenets of Tomlinson & Jesse’ – a collection of nearly 200 original drawings first on public exhibition in 1996 as part of “The World’s Longest Artist’s book”.

Helping blind parents to teach their sighted children to read.


There’s a hold-up on this project.  We need a 3D surface print on 2D paper. Can anyone help?

We have written the story of Cinderella using only a few words so that on printing, it needs only a few pages.  This adaptation of Cinderella is the first in the World to include raised fonts  – both Braille and Moon, along with raised image outlines so as to help blind parents teach their sighted children to read.

We worked together with Pete Stonehouse at to produce these double braille books – doubly useful because they use both Braille and Moon fonts.

Pete produced both raised fonts by building up several layers of spot thermography but this warps the paper and is also a costly way to print it.  So can anyone help us to build raised braille using a 3D printer so that the dots stay fixed to the paper?

The production method we need to find must make it possible to outline the illustration as well as both fonts. Regular braille printers cannot achieve this.

Please contact me or Pete at Acuity Design if you have any thoughts that may help this very useful reading project.