We tackle projects with community organisations, charities, schools, authors and private companies, devising and delivering projects to achieve good quality CLOSURE in communication, presentation and design.

The ‘Image of Learning’ (IOL) project was launched in 1995. Its founders (Peter Scott / Grant Jessé), share an interest in the subject of Closure – the “phenomenon of observing the parts but perceiving the whole” (McCloud, Scott. 1994) They first met at the University of Central England whilst Peter was studying Art [Practical] M.A.  Visual Communication. (Thesis: Closure) after working as a teacher following an Education [Theoretical] B.A.  (Open University ) Arts & Humanities. Papers published: ‘The Value of Closure’; ‘The Elements of Sequential Art’; The ‘Use of ‘Story’ within the Educative Process’.

Asking the right question
For most people, life is a race at a fast pace. Life needs to be continually studied as new answers keep evolving. Nobody has all the answers but everyone can develop new ways to question and, as Deep Thought suggested,  the answer to everything lies in asking the right question.

Too many of us hold on to fixed ideas. From the wide selection of groups around the World for individuals to join, most have rigid or slow to adapt rule books which confine their members.  Most of the time, these groupings get along fine, but now and again, a clash between group ideals occurs, conflict erupts and people get hurt emotionally and physically. Our history is full of this and many of today’s history makers are just repeating our past history.

The one central global problem creating conflict is ‘poor quality closure’. In essence, this is people jumping to conclusions based on low understandings, history-rooted attitudes,  rumours,  poor judgements and old-time creeds.

Before the advent of print and the World’s ability to spread its many different ‘teachings’, disparate ideas proliferated.  Though print distilled these ideas and the internet speeds this distillation process, we are all still trying to negotiate a shared way through such a vast legacy of global learnings. The IOL project feasts on deep and new thinking, working to foster the will to take on new understandings to achieve a fresher today and good quality tomorrows for all.

IOL also feasts on CPD (Continual Professional Development). Attending the following since the project’s launch:
‘Management Development & Team Leadership’ [Beeches College]
‘Computing Software :  QuarkXpress; Photoshop’  [Bournville College]
‘Print Making’          [Birmingham Print Workshop]
‘TV / Video Prod Course’   [Birmingham University]
‘Web Design’            [Inst. of Art and Design, University of Central England]
‘TV Prod Course’       [Selly Oak School]
‘Business Funding’     [Birmingham Chamber of Commerce]
‘Business Marketing’  [University of Aston in Birmingham, Small Business Centre]
‘Pottery Course’.         [Bournville College]
‘Educational Dance’    [Midland Arts Centre]
‘Digital Publishing:  Adobe Illustrator; Freehand’. [Aston ITEC]
‘Team Leadership – Live Wire Business Growth Challenge’ [Aberdovey Outward Bounds Centre]
‘Calligraphy Course’    [Midhurst School]
‘Writing in Education’ [Winterbourne College]
‘Public Speaking and Chairmanship’    [Birmingham School of Speech & Drama]
‘Peter Pan (Set Construction and acting). Wuthering Heights (Set Design)                 [Crescent Theatre, Birmingham]
‘Storytelling’ [Aberystwyth University. Lifelong Learning]
‘Writing for Sound’   [Aberystwyth University. Lifelong Learning]

Clients include:
Birmingham City Council: Visualisation of the City Pedestrianisation Scheme,
Design of Educational Visitor Centre in Ireland (Peat Workings)
Designs for School Literature in six languages for Swedish Paper Manufacturer
Digital Imagery adaptations for Ikon Gallery with Matt Fisher and Chris Stirrup
Birmingham:  Digital Imaging & Animation Prog. Design, supported by Photopack/  West Midlands Arts
Handsworth:   Opportunity to explore numeracy through sound, story, role play, icons, art, movement ; in conjunction with Birmingham Education & Business Partnership
Whitton School: Illuminating and Re-writing their  ‘300 years in the making’ during Big Arts Week.
Bordesley Green:  Out of School Hours extracurricular Workshops on Survival
Lee Bank:   Strengthening Community  through documenting & dissemination  – Human Facilities Management
Robin Hood School : Self-empowerment  – ‘Mind over Mouse’ Part of ‘Teachers and Artists  Working Together Scheme’.
Trainer/ Employer for Schools ‘Work Placement Schemes’
YTS Trainer/Employer – design and implementation of an extensive on the job training Scheme in Creative Technical Imaging.
Folio and Career Surgeries for individual Art and Communication degree Students through B.I.G.
IT skill ‘Return to Work’ Training for volunteers from Birmingham Volunteers Bureau
Freelance Storyboarding Pop Videos/ TV Commercials/ Print

Combined bio of Peter & Grant prior to launch of “Image of Learning”

1974 – 1999  Teaching 25 years  [Year 1 to Year 6]
Special Needs E2L Imparting Active Teaching. Subject Range: Art; Craft; Science; Health; Literacy & Language; Mathematics; Sport. Mentoring 19 to 21 Years
1974 – 1980 :  Aquaculturist
1976:  Partner: Ginger Man Studios (Arts and Crafts Designers)
1977:  Lyricist for S.Wales Rock Group ‘Calix’
1978:  Co-founder, Chair and Trustee Reg. Educational Charity ‘World of Water’. Hosting Field Centre Education courses.
1983:  Founded ‘Think Tank’. Thinking with action on people’s aims.
1983 – 84  Promoter for the late great DJ ‘Trevor T’ and TVRT Recording Studios
1983 – 1996 Graphic Authoring; Story Boarding; Cartoons;  Illustration; Art; Design; Print; Workshops
1983   Format Design for TV Series: : Prog. pitch to BBC TV (Michael Garrod/ Continuing Education Department)
1986:  Joined Griffiths Reaney Design Associates – Interior Designers
1987:  Co-Founder and Director of Design Workshop (Architects and Interior Designers)
1988:  Guest Lecturer, Faculty of the Built Environment, University of Central England
1989:  Founding Director of Hickton Madeley Interiors
1992:  Authored stage play ‘KK & GM’ for Crescent Theatre, Birmingham.
1992:  Director of MacLaren Marketing, Wolverhampton. UK
1993:  Founder of imprint ‘Little People Books’
1993:  Co-Founder and Director of ‘Karavadra Multimedia’

Combined bio from launch of ‘Image of Learning’ in 1995
1995:  Launch of  ‘Image of Learning’
1996:  Creative Director : MIPF (Midlands Independent Production Forum based at VIVID) Film:  “10/34” for B’ham Film Festival
1996:   Web Site Design and Gallery Installation of  ‘The Nine Tenets’. First  Café Surf in Birmingham, UK.
1996:   Authored: ‘Ring in the New’ Animation short pitched to British Film Institute / VIVID
1996:   Authored: Prog. toon series pitch to Sky TV (The Alterers)
1999:  Co-refereed the successful ‘Art and the Internet’ Millennium Bid with Liz Macgregor, Ikon Gallery.
2004:   ‘Designers into Schools week’ at John Bedoes School, Presteigne
2018 – present:  Manager. The HoBB Project House


Combined Publications & Reports:

Harrier Comics
The e-brain (1994)
Eddy Champion Comic (1995)
AV Producer: ‘Tapman and Pluggy’, with the support of Education Dept., Severn Trent Water. 1995 (See also: Case Study No. 7)
Medieval Pond Culture (with Casey, A.)
Elf early reading book series. (Project: Little People Books)

Experience of Materials and their Application:
Clay sculpt;   Plaster reliefs;   Plasters in Construction; Concrete (carving), Living Willow; Stone walling.  (See Natural Materials); Scale and perspective drawing; Papier Mache (puppets); Metal (sculpt); Wood (constructions); Water Colour Paints / Inks;

Television Interviews:   1984 OB with Dan Cherrington (BBC Research History of Monastic Carp Culture);
Live at BBC Pebble Mill at One (OB Fresh Fish Buying)
Guest Radio Slots:    Radio WM (Phone-in);   BRMB (Interview);   Radio Bristol (Phone-in)
Community Radio:    BHBN.

 Exhibitions and Performance Events:
1979 – 1980:     ‘Piscatorial Memorabilia’, (Exhibition) Aber-Gwen Visitor Centre, South Wales
1982 – 83:  “The History and Future of Aquaculture” (Exhibition) Nature Centre (Birmingham Museum  & Art Galleries)
1982:    Watercolour Paintings of the Built Environment, Birmingham Midland  Institute
1982:    ‘When Santa met Neptune’, (Performance poetry) Rackhams, Birmingham
1983:    Future of Aquaculture, Brighton Exhibition and Conference Centre, Sussex
1983:   Hellensborough Museum,  (Aquaculture Exhibition), Scotland
1983:   Dumbarton Museum & Libraries, (Aquaculture Exhibition),
1983:   ‘Enviromental Awareness’ Exh. in conjunction with Whirligig Theatre Co.  Alexander Theatre.
1983   Who’s Book is it Anyway, Birmingham Nature Centre
1997   Water on the Beach, (Performance Storytelling) Brighton (Part of High Tide Event)
1996   ‘Inspector Clue Bod Investigates’ Birmingham City Council Discovery Day
1985:   ‘The Water Palace’, Central Library, Birmingham
1986:   Wednesbury Art Gallery & Museum, (Aquaculture Exhibition), Wednesbury
1986:   Art Gallery, (Exhibition) Rugby Library, Rugby
1986:   ‘Wet Harvest’, (Aquaculture Exhibition), The Bass Museum, Burton-on-Trent
1986:   Herbert Art Gallery & Museum, (Aquaculture Exhibition), Coventry
1986:   Warwickshire  Museum, (Aquaculture Exhibition), Warwick
1987:   City Museum & Art Gallery, (Aquaculture Exhibition), Stoke-on-Trent
1991:   ‘The influence of Fish in Design’, Birmingham Midland Institute.
1992:   Alternative Perspectives, Mine Gallery, Birmingham
2005:   ‘Working with Nature’, HoBB Gardens, Heyope.
2008:   ‘Retrospective’  WoodBod, HoBB Project House
2015:   ‘Concrete Sculpt’, HoBB Gardens, Heyope.
2019:   ‘Spring Greens Fair’ workshops with nine school groups

Group Exhibitions:
* University of Central England,
* Lichfield Guild Hall
* International Convention Centre
1992:   ‘Friends Show’, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Gallery, Birmingham.
1993:   ‘Plant Crossing’, Botanical Gardens Gallery, Birmingham
1993:   Choice Gallery, Birmingham
1995:   Earth Centre, Conisborough
1996:   Brighton Festival
1996:   The Nine Tenets of Tomlinson and Jessé, Café Surf, Birmingham
1996:   ‘Who’s Book is it Anyway’, Part of Birmingham Readers & Writers Festival

Online Interactive Evolvement:
1999:   Nine Tenets Part 11. Writings to accompany the work of OliverTomlinson. See “Finding a Match”
2000:   ‘Contemporary Italian and Spanish graphic design and folk art on Citrus Fruit Wrappers from 1930’s’
2002    ‘The Art of it’. Online writings to remember the work of the Late Jonathan Inglis.
2004   BIG ARTS WEEK  Case Study 01

Commissions: (abridged):
Birmingham City Council Landscape Practice, B.B.C., Central Independent Television, Austin Knight Advertising, Black Country Development Corporation, Black Theatre Co-operative, Bugle Films Ltd., Cadbury Schweppes (Case Study No. 3), Centro, Custard Factory (Digbeth), Forward Trust, Freestyle Productions, Gillette, GKN, Granada Leisure, Groundwork, Healthy Birmingham 2000, Ilford Photo Ltd., Jaguar, King Edward VI Foundation, Kokuma Dance Theatre Company, Letts Educational (Case Study No.4), MEB, Mercia Sound, Midland Bank, Morrison Developments (Case Study No.5)Royal Mail (Case Study No.6), SCS (Specialist Computer Services), Structured Training, Switch Design, Tibbatts Interior Design Group, Training and Creative Resources, West Midlands Travel. (Full List available on Request) 

NAA (National Association of Artists)
NUT (National Union of Teachers)
BAT (Birmingham Arts Trust)
VIVID (Formerly Birmingham Centre for Media Arts)
BEAF  (Birmingham Educators and Artists Forum)
1988: Hon. Member of European Society of Perspectivists
1992 – 1995 Crescent Theatre: Set Design, Theatre Marketing.
1995  National Small Press Association
1996 – present: Acting Secretary of “Birmingham Image Generators’
1996:  Steering committee of the HUB (Birmingham)
1998:  Birmingham Education Arts Forum (BEAF)
1996: Book Packagers Association
1998: Article 31 Action Network
2001 “Grwp Amineiddwyr Cymru” (Welsh Animation Group, Cardiff)
2000 “Creative Network” University of Central England
2004 “WWOOF (World Wide Opportunities on Organic Farms)
2005 “PAF” (Powys Arts Forum)
2008 – present  “HelpX” (Global Student Skill Exchange)

If we should know about YOUR Organisation, please contact us    

NEW from Image of Learning:
Producing original, bespoke writing, graphics, photography and illustration for AR (Augmented Reality) projects

The Image of Leaning project continues to grow. We welcome views and contributions. These can be sent via comments or presented live for discussion during workshop sessions at the HoBB Project house. Contact us for available dates.

British Image Group

In films, vlogs, tweets, augmented reality, print, and on the streets, it’s all about Image.

British Image Group archived site at

The British Image Group, founded in 1987, has now archived its background

Most of its founding members have their own websites or connect through HBC (HoBB Publishing Community)  and Jacketflap.

If you are a new writer, illustrator, editor or book designer and want some experience in publishing,  become a goalshare partner at Little People Books and we will share all we know with you, freely.


Children’s Book Illustrator, Camilla Zaza, asked about Illustration Agencies and whether it was a good idea to get an agent.

“Picture editors like choice. They collect and retain their own records of illustration styles whilst on the look out for ever fresher ones. Your best aim is to find the picture editors that want to use your style but here’s another aim you might like to consider ….

Imagine what it’s like for a picture editor. They get emails, cards, flyers, calls, visits and sometimes presents from illustrators. They get a lot. To be noticed as an illustrator, proof reader or designer, you need to stick out from the crowd.

One very well known picture editor who loved my work but never used it, told me this : “Grant, I have an illustrator that does wonderful figurative work in pencil. I have another that produces the slickest photoshop work on car engines and everything mechanical. Every illustrator I use has a set talent I can depend upon for specific contract requirement. Go away and only come back when I can place you in my mind as a specialist. There are thousands of illustrators who have great bulging folios of their work, but unless their work burns into my memory on first view, they stand no chance of working with me.”

So yes. I went away and specialised. However, I returned three years later to find the contact had retired.

Another editor once told me: “I like to enjoy my work. I use illustrators I like. It’s not just about the standard of their illustration, it’s about the whole process of putting the team together, producing the book, launching it and celebrating its popularity and sales. Once we know an illustrator and enjoy knowing them as a person, they become part of the team.”

So agents? Some are great. Most are busy. Many spend all their time devoted to getting contracts for those illustrators already on their books.

Self promotion? You can do this in a standard way or better still, you can stick out from the crowd and get noticed.

Is there a third way? Yes. In this plug-and-play world, more authors are teaming with illustrators and designers to create near perfect finished books (pdf format), excluding the legal page. An editor can scan-read these very quickly and spot an illustrator’s skill at adding image to story.

Is there a fourth way? I’m sure there are many more ways for illustrators, authors, designers, photographers, film makers and publishers to combine and create tomorrow’s world of entertainment, education and effective communication. The best recipe I know is through sharing and that’s why I started the HoBB Publishing Community.

British Image Group Founding Members:

Arlene Adams; Andrew Atkins; Lisa Bond; Hilary Brynston; Rob Chapman; Philip Cumpstone; Brendon Deacey; John Dunne; Gary Dunning; Paul France; Yvonne Harrington; The Late Jonathan Inglis; Phil Kenning; Linda Lewis; Sara Hayward; ; Petra Rohr-Rouendaal; the Late Paul Russell; Cathy Simpson; Lynne Willey; Ollie Tomlinson; Peter Scott; Grant Jesse.

Excerpt from rescued web ARCHIVE

Art Living
Art Science
Art Finance
Art Death
Art Coms.
Art Politics
Art Religion
Art of Art
Art Sex
Art of Live Aide
Art of Writing
Advertising Art
Preview Art
Black & White
Public Relations
Marketing Art
Gallery Notes
About Us
Missions Goals
Member Services
Patrons/ Clients
BIG Interests
British Image Group
[B.I.G.] established  in 1987
‘Birmingham Image Generators’

Birmingham, West Midlands, UK.BIG started as a Self-help and steering
group set up by fellow artists in 1986.
It is now run as originaly planned to act
as negotiation agents to help artists into
higher prosperity.

B.I.G. Membership
This Web Site is dedicated to two members, ‘Kathy (Parrot on the left Shoulder) Jenkins’ and our great late founder and digital artist Jonathan Inglis.

You will need to email us initially if you are interested in applying for any one of our B.I.G. Membership categories. Applications are considered twice yearly (Summer and Winter) and we will eventually need to judge your big T.O.O.O. T.O. which is:

Three examples of your work [Print or Photo (35 mm slide) form only]
One very short written summary in your own words about your work to date
One short paragraph about “where you want to go with your stuff”
One sentence from you as to what drives you forward.
Two or three words that capture your style
One word or so that reveals your attitude towards life

We understand different needs and have evolved ‘Membership’ into two forms:

  a)  Active B.I.G. Members who progress their work alongside B.I.G.

b)  Friends of  B.I.G. – made up of past active members who are now
self-supporting champions in their chosen field/s or simply wish to
retain an interest in all things creative.

Can B.I.G. be for you?    …      maybe
In the early 1990’s, Jonathan Inglis and others running B.I.G. at that time, realised the impact of new media and the way in which creative disciplines were cross-merging to form new works and new working practices. Since that time, B.I.G. membership has been open to an ever widening group of like-minded individuals, all developing ways to communicate e.g. :

sound experimenters, interior designers,

sculptors, visualists, media mixers,

feature designers, calligraphers,

miniaturists, photographers, muralists,

carnival creators, storytellers, poets, dancers,

musicians, web designers, graphic artists, illustrators

landscape designers, toy makers, animators, visualisers.

The Art of Living

Few approach the mastering of their lifetime use as an art subject. Most take the pallet that is thrown at them, carve very little, dance on thick ice, cling on tight to the song of their Fathers’ – wholly wrapped in a human-nature-bound canvas.

Nature plays this trick on
us and on every other
living creature from an A moeba to a Zebra.To understand the strength
of this Nature-pull, we
need to stand back and
see life in sections and
Art is a great momentary
isolator. One flash of a
camera and a subject is frozen alight. One flick of a switch and even a dark empty room at the Tate Modern comes to life. For some, a Creed helps to enlighten life, for others, the works of poets, composers or computer games programmers.

For us all to feel bright and brighter, we need to be exposed to the ‘wonder of it all’ and this means the magic of life. We all seem to like the wizardry of  Tolkein and the now legendary world of Harry Potter, according to box office records, so why do some of us adopt a lifestyle closer to that of a humdrum humanoid?

We humans have come a long way and we need to get further.There is an art to ‘being here’ and ‘getting there’ and life itself must proactively develop that art – the art of perpetual existence – life.

Let this ‘art of living’ be bland for no-one’s palette of mind, body or spirit, and let us continue to learn how to evolve our ‘now time’ into their ‘tomorrow time’.

One of the favourite topics at ‘B.I.G. Meets’ is ‘lifestyle‘ and how too many people, World-wide,  ‘end up’ with a lifestyle they did not style themselves. We all adopt some pre-styled facets in life – all born of the past, but we can always try to ‘go one better’ in every field of human endeavour so long as creative thinking is encouraged,  rewarded and supported.

Who said ‘Life is not a rehearsal’? Next time you think you have the art of living under your belt, check out your answer to this question:

“Are YOU living the lifestyle that YOU designed?”

Maybe you need a  B.I.G.  powerful creative force to gain ground for you.

on this page by kind permission of Phillip Tussell
(© 1999, 2000) who’s work explores what he calls ‘part-stable slow-decay’ and the preceding moments in earth metabolism that create changes within communities.

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If you are NOT on this list but feel your skill should be included, then tell us about what you do and we can spread your news further afield (email us)

Membership Update: (2001/ 2002)

Associate BIG Membership:
Ideal for Students, having limited experience of servicing commissioned work briefs, but having demonstrated a clear talent within their chosen medium.
£10 per annum (2000/ 2001/ 2002)

Full Individual BIG Membership:
Experienced practising individuals, servicing commissioned contracts. Join BIG for the essential networking, net linking and group support)
£18 per annum (2001/ 2002)

Corporate BIG Membership:
Companies commissioning Creative Work through our BIG links – (Join – hey, we do a good job and your first £25 discount will get your fee back instantly on your first commission)
£25 per annum (1999/ 2000/ 2001/ 2002)

Managed Associate BIG Membership: (2002/ 2003)
A Member who likes to get on with the creative work with a non silent BIG partner promoting the stuff World-wide – out there to make money in
the market, today.
£57 (first year only) plus Negotiable % on contracts for minimum 2 or 3 year agreements.  (Please read below the article by Emma C. for new details)

Friends of B.I.G. Membership:
Once you have been an active ‘full member’ of B.I.G. for a full a year you can of course continue and renew if you are still finding B.I.G. useful and relevant to your work. All members who have supported the work and aims of B.I.G. are entitled to be included as ‘Friends of  B.I.G.’ for life and will always be welcome at B.I.G.

The Creatives’ Law
by Emma C.

“I was amazed that a group like ‘BIG’ existed! I went to see them first in a pub and found them instantly likeable. I am not sure who the **** I  spoke to as I was taking notes most of the time! But whatever question I had, somebody there helped me out with the answer, a phone number or some contact. I’d just got through my M.A. and was suddenly mixing it with professionals ‘just instant like’. That’s gotta be about 5 years ago, but even now in Australia I still keep the notes I took on that day and what’s more, I know that if get back to the U.K. at any time, they’ll be there. They have this ‘Creative’s Law’ that works :

The more you communicate, the more you have to say. The more things you have to say, the better you need to communicate and the more people you need to support you’.

I found that as I progressed my career I got involved with a load of new disciplines and ways to explore communication. I am not an ‘island’ type of person, but I did feel isolated from mainstream at one time in my life – B.I.G did a lot to widen out my views, help my confidence and  helped me to plan out some good routes for my future.

The big things to remember are best left to B.I.G. to explain but it’s all about pushing yourself forward and protecting your work. I was an Associate Member for one year when it was just £8 and a full member for two further years ….. but B.I.G. is bigger than any group I have come across since, because for me, it is permanent. I know I can contact other members and I know that when they say ‘Friends of B.I.G.’ they really mean ‘Big Friends’ “.

2002 Sign up with BIG for a Bonus:
Recent changes to the UK Copyright Laws now allow your Family to benefit from the sale of your work for 75 years after your death so think long term.Your earnings are linked with 3 main points: your creative ability, your style and your marketing methods.  Your total earnings during your lifetime must secure your home, your family, health and maybe pension.

Complete your application and email it today to our Membership Secretary

By registering as a Managed Associate Member
in 2002
you and your family can benefit from your Creative Talents to the MAX.
It’s your subscription thus it is YOUR MONEY … let’s spent it on YOU.!

We’re going to send a BIG chunk of it to secure your name and your work in an International Copyright Collection Agency, and believe it, this is a useful and vital one-off  Payment that lasts for 75 years beyond your lifetime, continually feeding
your Family –  a marvellously secure feeling;  a great gift for their future AND your present.

This is just the BIG start.  Then, we’ll use £2 towards admin. plus £10 for getting you your own page on the net, fitting into your marketing plan and your folio design – this is truly the unique value of a BIG self-help Group run and supported by fellow creatives.

We do all this for a one-off total of £57.00 which also includes Full Membership for a year and Life Membership of “Friends of B.I.G.”

There is no other UK artist-led group doing this for its UK members
…… there should be …. but we’ve not come across any. Even B.I.G. are
just ‘trialing’ it for just one year, 2002, at the moment, to see how it goes.

The Art of Science
Science is but one avenue of art. It studies within mainly known physical palettes of generally earth-held hues. Its thoughts are challenged mainly by the ‘Act of Creation’ itself as it strives to catch-up with this magical beginning point that it never witnessed. It takes a great artist to be a great scientist.
The skill to ‘dream past today’s knowledge and understanding’ is taught in so few schools.  BIG have a great interest in education and several of our members teach or have been teachers. One particular member, *Peter Scott, did his MA in ‘closure’ – a study of how people create ‘conclusions’ when there are gaps in human knowledge. He now works freelance for many educational publishers producing effective cartoons that really communicate!

The main art of science lies in quantifying these gaps with new ‘knowledge’ – often being inspired by the artists that dream into these same gaps to write a sci-fi novel or design a new movie’s space ship.

At BIG, we believe that the ‘science of art’ and the thinking of the creative art mind is of great value to the progress of human society.


The star captains of art, from
‘L. da Vinci’ to ‘Dali’ are as famous for their abilities to ‘go boldly’ as a star ships’ crew ‘boldly goes’ – both to seek out new worlds where no-one has gone before.


 To all that quest and take on the very challenging task to make dreams appear on the World’s canvass, BIG give pedestals of the ‘Noblest’ kind.

* Many B.I.G. Members have their own web sites or hold one or more pages on other sites.

One such operator is Peter Scott MA. We checked out his dossier. The work stacks. Burning creative day and night hours to nail a brief, Scott delivers. Just like the first day he presented a neat brown envelope of toons to B.I.G. when applying for membership

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