Knotty Ash, Liverpool

Ken Dodd lived in this house his entire life. Without the hat though, that’s my addition.

London Evening Standard, 12.3.18. Photographer uncredited.

See the first section of my street, here.

© Alison Sye, 2018. All images of my work are my copyright, and as such will never be reproduced in hard-print format (it goes completely against the grain of my work, I don’t add new stuff to the world, but use what is already here), or in digital format without permission. Credit must always be given to myself and the photographers involved.

Sheltered, Section 1

Section 1 of Sheltered.

Hand-stitched collage, made from discarded newspapers and these, cut-in-half. Oh, and Nana’s thread, as always.

It will declare itself finished when I run out of napkins.

Click on each ‘shelter’ for credits: Regent’s Canal, South Kensington, Perris, Hualien, North Kensington, and, Bayeux Tapestry

I’m not to keen on that red number in the corner. I may unpick it. Also, I haven’t signed it. Undecided whether to sign each section, or just the final one.

© Alison Sye, 2018. All images of my work are my copyright, and as such will never be reproduced in hard-print format (it goes completely against the grain of my work, I don’t add new stuff to the world, but use what is already here), or in digital format without permission. Credit must always be given to myself and the photographers involved.

Bayeux Tapestry

A woman holds her child’s hand while their house is torched by an unconcerned soldier.

Bayeux Tapestry. Cut from the Guardian, 20.1.18.

See the other five buildings here, here, here, here and here.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 871.

It is a one-off. Never to be reproduced in print form, so please don’t do it. It goes against my grain. I do not add stuff to the world, but use what is already here.

Do not reproduce online without giving credit to the above sources.

North Kensington, London.

Hand-stitched newspaper to napkin.

Part of Grenfell Tower. Notting Dale, London.

Photograph by Dan Kitwood. Cut from the Guardian, 18.1.18.

See the other four buildings, here, here, here and here.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 871.

It is a one-off. Never to be reproduced in print form, so please don’t do it. It goes against my grain. I do not add stuff to the world, but use what is already here.

Do not reproduce online without giving credit to the above sources.

Hualien, Taiwan

Collapsed building in Hualien, Taiwan, after an earthquake. At the time of going to press, 88 people were unaccounted for.

Cut from the London Evening Standard, 7.2.18. Photographer uncredited.

See the other buildings, here, here and here.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 871.

It is a one-off. Never to be reproduced in print form, so please don’t do it. It goes against my grain. I do not add stuff to the world, but use what is already here.

Do not reproduce online without giving credit to the above sources.

Perris, California

The home of David and Louise Turpin, and their thirteen children. Perris, California.

Cut from the London Evening Standard, 16.1.18.

See the other houses, here and here.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 871.

It is a one-off. Never to be reproduced in print form, so please don’t do it. It goes against my grain. I do not add stuff to the world, but use what is already here.

Do not reproduce online without giving credit to the above sources.

South Kensington, London

House on Cranley Mews, South Kensington, London. On the market for £2.6 million.

The same street where the McMafia character, Alex Goodman lives.

Cut from the London Evening Standard, 7.2.18. Photographer uncredited.

See the first house, here.

© Alison Sye, 2018. All images of my work are my copyright, and as such will never be reproduced in hard-print format (it goes completely against the grain of my work, I don’t add new stuff to the world, but use what is already here), or in digital format without permission. Credit must always be given to myself and the photographers involved.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 871.

It is a one-off. Never to be reproduced in print form, so please don’t do it. It goes against my grain. I do not add stuff to the world, but use what is already here.

Do not reproduce online without giving credit to the above sources.

 

Regent’s Canal, London

Hand-stitched newspaper to napkin.

Floating (on beer kegs) home, crafted by Max Bloom and Stephen Watt from estate agent’s boards, on the Regent’s Canal in London.

“No one knows if it’s a brilliant art statement to use Foxtons’ signs or if it’s just a light waterproof material for the roof,” says a neighbouring boat dweller.

Cut from the London Evening Standard, 5.12.18. Photographer uncredited.

All of my work is numbered, this piece is 871.

© Alison Sye, 2018. All images of my work are my copyright, and as such will never be reproduced in hard-print format (it goes completely against the grain of my work, I don’t add new stuff to the world, but use what is already here), or in digital format without permission. Credit must always be given to myself and the photographers involved.