Welcome Home Weary Traveller
Hi, we are Glen and Rebecca (aka GRRR).
We met 27 years ago 🧡💚 under the influence of a rainbow knitted jumper — ever since we have been exploring art + life with an unrelenting passion for colour and making.
We are excited you joined us! 🌈 follow your heart 💖
Elvisly, GRRR xx
PS> If you would like to commission us or purchase a piece of art for your home or business please email us firstname.lastname@example.org
Glen Robinson is a graphic designer, writer and teaches art and design. After studying graphic design and illustration he worked as a cartographer, graphic designer and illustrator. In the 1990s he created some of the first websites and pioneered designing and publishing content live (using a 28.8K modem) from Cambridge Folk Festival and got up in the middle of the night to report ongoing updates from Tracy Edwards MBE Non-stop Round The World Record Bid (Royal Sunalliance Challenge). In 2002 he left commercial practice to teach graphic design and in the past 18 years his students have won international accolades including D&AD Yellow Pencils, International Society of Typographic Designers, YCN, Society of Publication Designers, Creative Conscious, Penguin Random House and Royal Society of the Arts Student Design Awards and graduates have gone on to be leaders in the field. He currently teaches his passion for stories, books and publications, while designing books, drawing and writing.
Rebecca Robinson is a fine artist with a focus on painting, drawing and book binding. She first studied Conservation and Restoration in the 1990s and worked in the Conservation Department at Cambridge University Library, where she continued learning formal book binding techniques. In 2001 she decided to return to education to study Fine Art. In the last 15 years her paintings and artists books have been exhibited internationally in Mexico, U.S.A. Netherlands, Sweden as well as the UK, and has been showcased in publications for Gestalten, Berlin, CODE Magazine, Amsterdam and the Celeste Painting Prize. Her current work focuses on painting and colour and combines the energy and layering of contemporary street art, with themes of abstraction and pattern making. The images she conjures are visionary, sometimes figurative, otherworldy and often contain portals or are themselves portals to other dimensions.