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!
A few months ago, I was invited to create a set of vector illustrations for this year’s (R)Evolution Conference – one of the web industry’s friendliest conferences, held in the picturesque town of Shrewsbury.
A few months ago, I was commissioned to create a series of tiny doodles, to be used as part of the recently launched new-look website for ValueMyStuff.com.
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.
‘100 Houses’ brings together 100 national and international image-makers from illustrators to street artists in support of housing and homelessness charity Shelter.
The key difference between pixel and vector based graphics is how the image is structured. Pixel based graphics are made up from lots of tiny physical squares (or ‘pixels’) where as vector graphics are mapped out using mathematical equations which calculate where the edges of the shapes sit in relation to one another.
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.
Shelter Scotland have just launched their very own location-based social networking site on Foursquare and are using some of my little Daily Doodle artworks on a set of collectable badges to accompany the campaign.