About Robert
Robert Wallace, A.K.A. Parallel Teeth, is a director, animator and illustrator. Originally from New Zealand, he currently works and lives between Wellington and London.
http://parallelteeth.com
Current city: London
Other cities: Lower Hutt
Robert Wallace, A.K.A. Parallel Teeth, is a director, animator and illustrator. Originally from New Zealand, he currently works and lives between Wellington and London.
 
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British folk culture inspired pub. Head there on Sunday for a pint and a proper Northern roast.
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A+ little book store full of publications made by artists. So many beautiful and interesting books to choose from.
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My No.1 favourite graveyard in London. Calming, overgrown and a little bit spooky :)
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