It’s been a fun and varied year for creative projects and I’d like to say a huge THANK YOU to everyone who’s been a part of it!
Colour Institute Pantone have announced Living Coral as the Colour of the Year for 2019.
I’ve been itching to play with ink pens again and #Inktober has offered me the perfect excuse! This global illustration challenge invites illustrators and doodlers to set themselves the task of creating a new ink illustration every day throughout October.
Jay Sharples & Art Battle Manchester present The Mancunian Spray – an Urban Art Jam and Charity Fundraiser for the Manchester Mayor’s Homelessness Fund. The event takes place on Saturday 15th September from 11am – 6pm, on Baird Street in Manchester.
Affinity Designer for iPad is a full spec vector drawing app from Serif, based on their desktop app of the same name. The app promises to be fully optimised for mobile with the capability of supporting huge multi-artboard canvases and thousands of layers.
I finished up another set of designs for my ongoing Specimen Series, adding to my army of colourful quirky characters! I’m taking my time with the series, working on them during my breaks, playing around and experimenting as I go.
You can now collect exclusive limited editions of my character illustrations over on KnownOrigin.io – a unique online gallery that allows collectors to purchase rare digital artworks that are permanently embedded into a blockchain.
I’m delighted to be taking part in Play Dead’s Trans-mission Exhibition, opening this weekend in Southsea.
The new #BunnyInvasion limited edition sticker pack has finally landed! And I’m real pleased with how they’ve turned out.
Infohackit is a hackathon style event which invites Designers, Researchers and PHD students to collaborate and create compelling infographics, all within a timed 12 hour period. Having taken part in the Manchester Infohackit last year, I was excited to hear the event was making a return to the North West and I’d get to join in the fun all over again!