Friday, 9 January 2015

METROPOLITAN - EUROSTAR MAGAZINE
I was asked (along with 5 other artists from Print Club) to design a two colour screen print for Metropolitan magazine, based on the theme 'Better Closer'

This is the print:


they also wanted a square copy to be used in the magazine. It was quite tricky designing an image that worked in both formats.








THE SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE
An illustration for 'Small ads' about a guy who looses his bag on the tube after staying for a few too many beers after work.





BEAGLE STREET- POSITIVE PRINTS
Along with Supermundane and Rude, I was asked to design a print for the life insurance company Beagle Street. When you take out life insurance with them the policy comes on the back of the print, ensuring you don't lose it.


THE SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE
A 'Small ads' for the ST about a couple who open a French Patisserie in Leeds and Guinea.

JEALOUS NEEDS YOU
I designed this Golden Guinea Fowl print for Jealous Gallery's 'Jealous Needs You Portfolio' - it's printed in gold ink which doesn't really translate in the photo.


I drew my friend's dog for a possible tattoo.


THE GROUCHO CLUB
I was asked to design a Club diagram, for the Entrance to the Groucho club. It was blown up huge as you enter the foyer of the club, with the information printed where the sky is.

I was also asked to draw a set of Christmas assets to be used on menus, web and generally around the club.




















HORNET - PRUDENTIAL
These are some designs I worked on Hornet, for a possible Prudential commercial. I was asked to design a young (trendy) guy meeting his older self.







Thursday, 9 October 2014

THE SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE
I illustrated last week's Small Ads in the ST Magazine, about a lonely cockatiel!



Monday, 29 September 2014


AOI PRIZE FOR ILLUSTRATION 2015
This is my entry for the AOI / TFL prize. The theme was 'London Places + Spaces'. I'd been wanting to do an illustration about Regents Canal for ages, so this was the perfect opportunity. It's drawn at poster size, so you lose lots of the detail at this scale, but theres a lot going on- including some locals, and people from local businesses!

Here are a few close ups:









And here it is at actual size:






As part of the entry you can submit a supporting animation, so last week the amazing animator Andy Baker, completely brought it to life for me! You can watch the animation here:




Wednesday, 10 September 2014


BLISTERS 2014
Here is my screen print for this years Blisters. My print is a tribute to Phil Everly who died at the beginning of this year.

If you want to come along to the show this friday and buy a print, RSVP here




Here is the print in the show: 








The edition is now available to buy online, here : http://printclublondon.com/shop/on-the-wings-of-a-nightingale/

Friday, 15 August 2014

THE SUNDAY TIMES MAGAZINE
A quick turnaround job for The ST Mag- for the small ads column. The article was about a (retired) Indian Elvis impersonator, who was selling a pair of Libra scales. In the article it mentioned that nowadays he only performs to his seven grandchildren, so I chose to show him playing for them on the scales! 

Monday, 4 August 2014


A digital guide of what the print looked like



Signing my edition at Print Club



The print on display at Somerset House

FILM 4 x SOMERSET HOUSE x PRINT CLUB- SUMMER SCREEN PRINTS

I was asked to design a screen print for the Print Club exhibition at Somerset House, 16 artists were given a film to create an alternative poster for. I was very lucky to get E.T as my film! 


I was given the film that was chosen in the public vote, and was so happy when I found out that E.T had been picked. I clearly remember watching it as a kid, and it really affecting me even then. 
I re-watched the film, and decided to focus on the scene where E.T leaves to go home. I suppose in my print you are watching the scene from the viewpoint of Elliot’s mother in the film.
My print is about saying goodbye to people- I felt the phrase ‘I’ll be right here’ was a really poignant way of doing so.

The print was available to buy from Somerset House and Print Club in an addition of 200. Unfortunately (or fortunately) mine sold out in four days! Here are some pics of the show: