In 2017 The Jerwood Gallery invited Quentin Blake to put together a show which he gave the title 'The Only Way To Travel'. From this sprung around 20 sombre and haunting works, drawn on sheets of Arches fin watercolour paper with a reed pen and Payne's grey watercolour.
Alongside these wonderfully melancholy images, Will Self has woven a narrative of imagination and memory transporting you to mysterious lands fitting for such peculiar modes of transport.
‘The moon drives everyone mad – you know that, well enough. But this is no lycanthropic or otherwise spooky metamorphosis: it’s far stranger than that…’
A beautiful foiled, linen bound cover takes us into a deep, dark inky journey.