4 December 2009

On the Cover of a Magazine...I recently worked on some illustrations for South African magazine - Migrate. Migrate magazine is the official magazine of the Loerie awards, the advertising,communication & design awards for Africa & the Middle East . I designed the front and inside covers as well as having a few existing works featured inside.
The brief was 'a sign of the times' so as you can imagine there was a lot of subjects required to be covered meaning a lot of imagery to fit in - a tall order to say the least... anyway being one to rise to a challenge I dived in head first & the end results seem to have paid off.

15 November 2009

Revista Göoo is a little design magazine from Latin America full of great images from around the world. It's published 4 times a year and is limited to 5000 copies each issue. I was recently selected for issue 8 - the pleasure issue (out now) with this image of my Victorian Cyclists. You can buy the magazine here.

27 October 2009

Made in TaiwanFunswant is a funky fashion, design & lifestyle magazine from Taiwan. It covers everything from contemporary music and art to fashion and everything in between... I was recently interviewed for the magazine & the four page article features in their October issue (016) out now if you're in that part of the world. Only thing is I can't read Mandarin... oh well it looks nice anyway!Thanks to Angeline Chen who interviewed me for Funswant.

24 September 2009

B.I.O. Badges
Graphic art & fashion boutique, Stereohype recently invited me to take part in their latest B.I.O. (by invitation only) series of badges. Series 8, as in the past includes some great designs from illustrators, graphics designers & photographers on 'mini mobile canvases' as they put it themselves! My badges are available individually or as a set of 4 at their online store now!

23 September 2009

The Ark
I was invited to take part in the Ark project earlier in the year.
ARK the book, is out now - curated by Argentine design company DGPH & published by IdN. The idea was to invite a selection of illustrators and designers from across the planet to each illustrate an animal from their native country to be 'saved' in the ark & create an illustrated animal 'bible'.
The book is packed full of animals from each continent of the planet visualised in a plethora of styles. For The Ark I chose the Puffin representing Scotland. (The stag was already taken!)
The book is out next month & will be followed by a series of exhibitions around the world - watch this space...Buy the book here.

30 August 2009

Noise of ArtI have 2 pieces in the East End Arts Club group show 'Noise of Art'. It should be a pretty interesting show as all artists had to use 12" vinyl records as their canvas.
The show runs from 3rd - 20th September,East End Arts Club, Swanfield Yard, 2b Swanfield Street, London, E2 7DS.
Also see my photoset 'The Making of Records' on Flickr.

6 August 2009

Images 33
I'm pleased to have work featured in the recently published book 'Images 33 - Best of British Illustration 2009'. I also have a print in the accompanying exhibition running from 29th July - 12th August at London College of Communication.

4 August 2009

Image Spotlight
One of my 'making of trees' photos has featured in the Association of Illustrators website in their 'image spotlight' section and client newsletter for August. Possibly more 3D type work coming soon...

23 April 2009

Here comes the sun...

Finally seems like summer is here and what more excuse do you need to buy some new tshirts?
Here's a sneak peak at some I've been working on this week. A taster of the type of Ts that I'll be selling on my website shop in the near future! Enjoy the sunshine...

5 April 2009

Happy New (Tax) Year!

If only doing tax returns was slightly more enjoyable... Here's something to cheer you up. The new 'if you could' book is finally finished. This year in the form of a diary running April - April. Each Illustrator was asked "if you could do anything tomorrow, what would it be?" and each week of the diary is a different designer's reply to that question. My contribution adorns week 44  'stop the rain'.
It's a lovely collection of illustration and graphics all in the if you could trade mark red, gray & black colour scheme. Visit the If you could website to find out more.

20 March 2009


Design website 'Taxi' have chosen my site as their website of the day today... with a link from there homepage to mine for a whole week. "Website of the day is an effort from the design community on TAXI to recognize and share superior websites that display unparalleled use of creativity and innovation". Nice be told your work is 'outstanding' & to be noticed! I'm blushing!

Check out the website of the day page or their website at designtaxi.com

14 February 2009

Happy Valentine's Day!

Hope you get your share of romance this year... forget the asparagus & oysters - bring me the chocolates! x

6 February 2009

Blanket Cover

I was recently asked to do the cover for online art & design magazine, Blanket.
They also did an interview with me which is accompanied by a selection of my work. Check it out in issue 14 - available to download from their website now.

1 February 2009

If You Could...

Due to unforeseen circumstances the if you could diary has been delayed due to technical issues with printing therefore it won't be out till April now and will run till april'10 as the tax year does ( horrible tax!) ... so another few months to wait I'm afraid!

30 January 2009

Old School Print

While I was clearing out my old studio recently I found some old block prints I made at art school... thought I would just share with you one of my favourites - inspired by a trip to Italy at the time.

16 January 2009


Got some prototypes of the mugs I'm hoping to sell on my shop. They're looking pretty good...almost there & just a few more things to sort out and then I'll launch the online store with all the goodies... In the meantime here's a sneaky peak of some mugs - 

3 January 2009

Happy New Year!

So is everyone full of New Years resolutions then? I know I've broken half of mine already! Hoping for lots of exciting stuff to happen this year illustration wise... 
I got a design selected a little while ago for the new 'if you could' book - which this time is in the form of a diary. For those unfamiliar with the format everyone is ask the question 'if you could do anything tomorrow what would it be?' and asked to respond with a visual answer. The diary should be out very soon... I know the guys were having some technical problems with printing but it will be available on their website soon.