Based on the song of the same name by Bristolian producer Vessel
Based on the song of the same name by Boards of Canada
Arty Farty Exhibition
I took part in an exhibition hosted by Hero of Switzerland. The idea was to get together a bunch of illustrators to take classic and fine art and re-interpret them in their own style. The work was displayed at 5th Base Gallery in Shoreditch, London.
"The Hippo Hunt" Based on the painting "The Hippopotamus and Crocodile Hunt" by Peter Paul Rubens. A2 digital print on 250gsm paper
"Not Your Mum, Not Your Milk." Based on the painting "The Virgin and the Child" by Dirk Bouts A3 digital print on 350gsm silk paper
Not For Print
These pieces look at how often censorship has the opposite of the desired effect on children, as the obvious removal and distortion of words and images deemed inappropriate can breed curiosity and confusion amongst the young. This can lead to them to explore these areas without the proper guidance and supervision, causing harm and perplexity. Originally created for Ello's first printed publication.
Illustration for the second edition of the Sassify! zine - Killin' It! Curated and compiled by Tales of Black Eyed Jack
Little White Lies
I was asked to produce four covers for the Little White Lies digital weekly edition.
Digital stickers created for mobile messaging app Yubl. Each sticker had to convey the emotion of disgust.
Rick & Morty
Blending the insane world of Rick & Morty with a few creations of my own.
90s Gadget Stickers
Sticker set of all your favourite 90s gadgets made for RegionallyFamous.com
An interpretation of the song Dream 3 by Max richter. Designed for Secret 7" 2016
I was asked by Comerge to create a series of postcards to share amongst their clients and colleagues. I decided to use advertising mascots to illustrate each of the points I was asked to communicate.
4 colour screen printed t-shirt. Printed by the good people at 3rd Rail Clothing.
A Year in Posters
For my final major project at university I created 15 gig posters based on my 3rd and final year of university. The band and venue names are fictional, alluding to a significant event or occurrence that took place during my last year of education.