'Twenties' is a card game created for an exhibition called 'Fun & Games' by Hero Of Switzerland (& Friends). I made 40 different cards which vary - either common, uncommon or rare. They are available to buy here.
-Each player starts with 6 (or more) cards.
- One or both count down '3...2...1' and then place their own card down whilst saying out loud their guess of what the total number will be.
- Each card has a number '0, 5 or 10' on it meaning the total will be either '0, 5, 10, 15 or 20'. If somebody guesses it right, they take both cards.
- If nobody gets it right or if both players do get it right the game continues with the previous cards staying on the table. (Players then guess the total for the next two cards, not all cards on the table).
- First to have all of the cards wins!
Prints available here.
A piece created for a show called 'There & Back Again' - all about adventure and exploration. It was hosted by The Drawn Chorus Collective and took place at The Espacio Gallery in Shoreditch 29th Aug - 3rd Sep 2017.
Click to buy prints.
My new zine, ‘Parade’, is now available. It's a collection of illustrations from 2015 and 2016 as well as my first large zine! Features brand new work and some of my personal favourites.
24 illustrated pages.
High quality print on heavyweight uncoated and recycled paper.
Photos from my recent collaboration with Conquer Gear; a London-based company who are situated in Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch. Each of the three designs is screen-printed on a variation of garments based on sex, size, cut. www.conquergear.com
A poster for a gig in Newcastle hosted by ILMB (I Love My Brick).
An editorial illustration to accompany a piece entitled 'Torn' by Ralph Jones which focuses on the issue of being torn between two different professions (or having 'two brains').
It featured in issue 6 of Shellsuit Zombie which is entitled
'I STILL DON'T KNOW WHAT I'M DOING'.
'Growth' is a brand new and exclusive piece; available as part of Daylight Curfew’s ‘Artist Print Series 2016′.
It focuses on the connection between life and death; the simplicity and complexity of how one leads to the other. There is beauty in time.
Click here to purchase a print.
Illustration for the new issue of Firewords Magazine to accompany a brilliant short story by FJ Morris entitled ‘In A Small Pond’.
An A2 piece based on 'The Garden Of Earthly Delights' by Hieronymus Bosch. Created for an exhibition in Shoreditch, London in June 2016 called 'Arty Farty' by Hero Of Switzerland and friends. The show exhibited a range of artists doing their own takes on famous pieces of art.
I love the original painting and how you can get lost in it and notice different things each time you look. I had the idea to recreate it and couldn't leave it alone.
Many hours later - here it is; a mixture of my own imagination, the original painting and cultural references.
June 3rd-5th 5th Base Gallery, just off Brick Lane.
Available as A2 prints here
A3 pencil piece.
Available as A3 poster print here.
A series of illustrations showing people in their own spaces.
An illustration about working style and personal space. I'm a messy worker... not quite like this though...
Also, I did some close-ups of some of the objects and such below.
Repeating patterns and tiny people.
An illustration inspired by Central London and the phrase 'Ignorance Is Bliss'.
Every year I participate in the month of Movember; a charity event in which people grow their moustaches or host events and generally raise money for men’s health charities (specifically to fund research into prostate cancer).
I raise money through my Movember page but this year I thought I’d switch it up a bit and try to raise a bit more by doing what I do; drawing!
For only £2 you got a random original drawing. They’re postcard sized and all unique and hand-drawn in pencil by me. All profits went to Movember UK.
In total we raised £126! Here are all of them:
Pencil, paint and digital editing.
For Rad Science 2; a show hosted by Hero Of Switzerland at Lik + Neon, in London.
Illustrations of some of my favourite guitars.