I’ve been working with We Heart Arts on a new music themed T-Shirt and Sticker design, to raise funds for their non-profit which helps young people’s creative arts programs across the world.
A few month’s ago I spent some time working with BBC Digital, to create a suite of illustrations for their Ten Pieces: SuperConductor online app.
I recently created an illustrated post card for digital marketing agency Social You to use as part of a direct mail campaign to promote their services.
Doodle For Good is a funky coloring book for older kids and adults, featuring a collection of 24 line drawings by artists from across the globe, including one of my robot creatures! I’m real pleased to be a part of this project and feature alongside a whole load of talented artists.
I’ve been working on a new illustration to be shown as part of the 2 Colour LHR Exhibition at The Regent Pub in Islington.
The exhibition will showcase work from 16 different artists, each with their own unique styles, creating pieces to limited colour palette of red and black (plus the white of the page).
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.
I thought it was about time to update the little robot character on my website, so spent a bit of time giving her an upgrade over the weekend.
I always welcome the opportunity to create private commissions for people’s homes! Here’s one I’ve been working on recently in between freelance projects.
The piece was developed from a pencil sketch and inked in Adobe Illustrator, before being sent on to the good people over at The Print Space to produce on a lovely Museum Grade Canson Aquarelle Rag, as a 1/1 Fine Art Print.
Swerve is a new London based Digital Marketing Agency, who I spent a bit of time working with in May to create a quirky, character based illustration for their website.
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.
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.
I created a new robot character this weekend while working on some colouring experiments.