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    1. Alex Riddick avatar
      Alex Riddick Apr 14, 2021

      Hello Mr.Weef, I had been looking for my book “The Giants of Jazz’ that you did all those great drawings with text by Dave Gelly in 1986. I found it today near my slide machine and the sun came shining through.
      I love all of your drawings of these great jazz artist. I just wanted you to know how I appreciate this book.

    2. Stuart Day avatar
      Stuart Day Dec 15, 2019

      Hi David Stuart Day hear , remember me at West Yorkshire, last time I was talking to you,you were visiting Yorkshire.My mobile no Is 07960602919 be good to have a chat.

    3. Victor avatar
      Victor Jun 9, 2019

      Are you the same Weef that contributed artwork to a comic entitled Heartbreak Hotel, published in the late ‘80s?

    4. Weef Weef avatar
      Weef Weef Dec 8, 2014

      No definately Buster Keaton. thanks for the kind comment

    5. Francis Blake avatar
      Francis Blake Sep 30, 2014

      Just had to say how much I liked and enjoyed your Buster Keaton* inspired illustration in the Evening Standard today! The creaking house falling on the poor young people. I am pleased that you gave them the convenient window in the right place so that they wont be crushed! (Though it looks to be a pretty tight fit for the both of them!)
      All the best
      Francis (fellow illustrator, and big Buster Keaton fan!)
      *Or was it inspired by Steve McQueen’s homage to Buster that he won the Turner with (if I remember rightly?) a few years back?

    6. Marty Evan avatar
      Marty Evan Feb 12, 2012

      Hello from NY, USA. I recently stumbled onto one of your pieces that I think I have to have.  It’s the “Kind of Blue/Miles Davis” cover art piece.  Here’s my reason.  I’ll be getting married soon and my bride to be is in love with this album.  We also like to collect art by exceptional artists.  I’m thinking this would be the perfect gift for her on our wedding day—and it fits the old adage, something,something, something blue.  I’m guessing the original is long gone..just wondering if you have any signed prints??  Any info you have would be a great help! Love your work!  Thanks, Marty