Meet (the temporarily nicknamed) Robot Dude! A new character design I created as part of a series of illustrations for Web Developer Kirsty Burgoine, to use at the conference talks she’s doing throughout the summer.
Collab Nation Experiment 4 is drawing to a close, concluding with an exhibition of some of the completed Stage 4s at Upfest Gallery in Bristol and a gorgeous art book release to boot!
The Rusty Alexander is a neat new project, headed up by artist Rustbucket Workshop, in which an old Leyland Olympus Alexander Double Decker Bus is being converted into a travelling art gallery and trove of curiosities. I fell in love with the idea as soon as I heard about it, so was stoked to be asked to design a logo for the project.
I’ve been working on a Steampunk inspired, tillable doodle pattern this week. I’ve been meaning to give pattern making a go for a while now and see how my illustrations translate – I thoroughly enjoyed experimenting and putting it together.
One of my favourite collaborative art projects, Collab Nation, is back for another round with Experiment 4!
I created a new robot character this weekend while working on some colouring experiments.
I recently got involved with an awesome new project run by We Heart Arts, which called for 26 different designers to create a letter from the alphabet, illustrating what they thought was the most awesome thing about life. The collection of artworks are to form a re-imagining of the alphabet, appropriately named The AwesomeBet.
The studio is back in full swing now after a lovely break for Christmas and New Year. First on the agenda was an illustration I created for issue 2 of the very awesome, DisColouring Book.
Those of you who follow me on twitter have probably seen a fair amount tweets about the Collaberation (Inter)Nation(al) project I’ve been taking part in this year.
After the success of the Gilbert & Sullivan illustration back in April – I was stoked to be teaming up with Interior Design firm, Davindi again to create another illustration for a venue refurbishment. This time, the commission was for the Rose Villa Tavern in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.