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Hey guys! Hope you had a fab weekend. I’ve been designing and drawing… with a trip to the beach in between :) Arlo is teaching my bro how to surf! I also baked some delish muffins …recipe and pics to come.
I’ve been watching the Banksy movie ‘Exit through the Gift Shop’ which you can watch the trailer for here. Its totally amazing and worth a perve. What an awesome guy!

Here is one of the paintings I did when I was going through a Graffiti phase in my work. Hope you like it! X Bec

THAI GREEN CURRY. Recipe from Arlo!

Hey bloggers! Today I wanted to share with you a Thai Green Curry recipe from Arlo. He makes the best curry so here is his recipe for it… :)

Cut your vegetables into bite sized pieces, we chose courgette, carrot, onion and garlic. Using a deep pan to heat a generous dash of olive oil and 3 teaspoons of green curry paste, depending on how hot you like your curry! Heat these together until they’re well mixed (no longer than a min or two).

Add your vegetables to the pan and toss making sure you cover the vegetables with the paste mixture. Leave on a medium heat while you prepare the chicken. Make a well in the pan and add the chicken in the middle and lightly mix. At this point, don’t cook the chicken completely just mix the curry paste evenly.

Add your coconut milk into the pan and turn down to a low temperature so that the flavours can heat through slowly, this will ensure the chicken is perrrfectly tender!
Season with salt, pepper and a splash of fish sauce. Cook desired amount of rice, the vegetable/chicken mixture will be ready by the time the rice is done.


Yuuuum you’ve got yourself a delish curry! Hope you enjoy devouring this as much as we do :)

X Bec & Arlo


There is just something so satisfying about bookstores for me, I love buying books, I love sitting in the big leather chairs they have in bookstores so that I can choose my faves, I love browsing around with a fresh coffee in hand. But most of all I ADORE the smell of a new book. It may sound odd, but its like getting new stationery…that new clean, fresh, musty smell that is superb in its own little way. So next time you’re in a bookstore, give a book a sniff. I dare ya! :P X Bec