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!
Collab Nation is a collaborative art project featuring international artists, illustrators & doodlers from all backgrounds.
36 Days of Type is an open call project that invites Designers, Illustrators and Graphic Artists to share their view on letters and numbers, with a different character being explored each day via daily posts on Instagram and Twitter.
Meet Patch! The new mascot character for Hoorah – a mobile first professional feedback platform, where anyone can give anyone feedback.
The #TwitterArtExhibit is an annual exhibition which invites artists of all skill levels from across the world to donate an original piece of post card sized artwork to raise funds for an elected charity in the host country.
I’m having a lot of fun doodling these little Specimen characters on my iPad. I’m going to keep going until I’ve created a whole army of them!
I’m taking part in this fun collab exhibition organised by artist Pauli Bates, in which his talented little girl has coloured in line work contributed by a load of different artists and illustrators.
The show opens tonight at KND London and will run until the 10th Feb 2018. I can’t wait to see the results!
As HD/4K screens have become the norm for most tech users, working on a decent monitor has become an essential part of my design set up when creating on-screen graphics. I can’t be without one! Having previously used BenQ’s BL3201PT, I had high hopes for their PD3200U model which is from a newer line of monitors built specifically with designers in mind.
Just a quick post to wish you a Happy New Year and all the best for 2018.
Colour Institute Pantone have announced Ultra Violet as the Colour of the Year for 2018.
I love Halloween – mainly because it’s the perfect excuse to create illustrations of weird monsters and supernatural characters!