4 August 2012
If you would like to keep up to date with my work in progress and whatnot, like my artist's page on facebook! The Blogspot seems to have a chronic disagreement with photos from my mobile. Bad blogspot.
9 June 2012
So a cool kid dive bar is going to be opening in York in the very near future, and I'm doing the drinks menu. To be printed on a 10" vinyl cover. Of course! This is the front so far...
I've also been given license to attack their walls with a sharpie... so more is definitely to come!
31 March 2012
This is Mr Chris Helme.
This is his website where you can buy his CD and listen to his lovely noises.
And this is my artwork for his new album, 'The Rookery'.
It was meant to be based around the cottage of the same name where the album was recorded... hopefully you can see some similarities!
There is a charity auction happening at Bar Lane Studios in York on the 5th of March in aid of the Macmillan Cancer Trust. It has been organised by Zoe Fletcher and includes many works by local artists. Although I usually tend to hold on to the original artwork, this is going to be my contribution! Prints will probably come along later...
If you're around, head on down to the auction! Ill-timed sneezes are very welcome.
More information on the event can be found here:
Nice and uplifting!
I've submitted this to the Royal Academy for the Summer Exhibition... now just waiting on the postman to get the thumbs up/down. Worrying.
Either way there will be 50 limited edition A3 prints available for sale so get in touch if you fancy getting your hands on one!
5 January 2012
A combination of two wonderful beasts. Clearly, two good things combined make something even better!
13 April 2011
12 April 2011
The deck and wheels I came up with for Slaysh Tank Skate Boarding a while back have gone into production! Fun stuff.
This is my submission for Pocketful Illustration Magazine's sixth issue 'Four legs good, two legs bad'... basically Fred Astaire looking like a melted Bruce Willis!
19 March 2011
18 March 2011
1 March 2011
Below are the stencils for Dusk bar's new signs. The signage was due a bit of a revamp, and the management prefer painting the lettering directly onto the walls (easier to clean, update, and it means the signs can be far larger). So yes, stencils seemed like the most flexible solution!