Monday, August 30, 2010

I pretend tee


Graniph have printed up my I pretend to work on a T-shirt (with a nice little back print too). I have a couple of large sized shirts to give away. To win one leave a name and contact in the comments below or send me a mail and I'll pick a couple at random.-They've gone now, well done Esther and Notsonippy

Sunday, August 29, 2010




I have a new website thats now up and running. (Thanks Kenny!)

Saturday, August 28, 2010

Happy




A cover and spread from the FT Magazine. This was to accompany an article about-yes you guessed it..happiness!

Languages

Illustration for The Guardian about how it can be an advantage at work to be able to speak another European language

Monday, August 09, 2010

Sight and Sound

Cover for septembers Sight and Sound magazine. Thats Tony Manero on the roof

Thursday, August 05, 2010

Tee giveway!


I have been sorting out my studio and have found a few boxed up Doom and End is Nigh t-shirts. If you'd like one send me an email stating either Doom or End and if you'd like either a mens or womans large ( you can't have both!) and I'll post you one out. Don't forget to include a postal address.-they're all gone now!

Blisters call


Print Club are having another Blisters on my fingers show on the 3rd December and are asking for submissions-
We are bringing together a mixture of established and emerging illustrators for BLISTERS BLACKOUT a winter feast of hand pulled, screen printed posters. The show will feature 40 Illustrators. 40 Editioned and hand signed prints. 40 Pounds each.
This year we are asking every one to add a ‘glow in the dark’ element to their poster design. We will be ‘Blacking Out’ the venue at points during the opening night so your posters can really GLOW!

Monday, August 02, 2010

Half way home

The Red Door Gallery are having a show of customised tenement models. These cardboard flat pack model kits are made by Glasgow based Beth Fourace and Franki Finch. Heres a bit of blurb

Beth Fourace and Franki Finch are Glasgow based model makers who have created some charming and intricately detailed model kits of Scottish Tenements. These objects have become very popular with Red Door customers over the years, which sparked the idea to run a window display of customised tenements by a group of talented artists. Each tenement exudes an artists own personal style and creativity, turning it into a one off piece of art for our customers to buy and take home.
and heres mine...