Ahead of the RCA secret postcard show opening tomorrow, I've written a piece for the Guardian on what three artists think about taking part.
Fascinating putting it together. Three different perspectives on producing secret art.
Thanks to David Bailey, Pete Fowler and Maggi Hambling for sparing their time. And to Sue at the RCA for helping to make it all happen.
I thought I'd share a few more photos of Maggi and Pete taken by the ace Katja Medic.
And here are a few bits that didn't quite make it into the article...
Maggi Hambling on being an art student in 1960s London: "Telling people you're a painter can be so tedious. I used to say I was swimming pool attendant at Tooting Bec lido."
Pete Fowler on the lightbulb full of water on his studio ceiling: "I think I'm going to keep it!"
Finally, from Bailey, the Lennon/McCartney postcard: