Old Work
My huggable yeti character received a cybernetic upgrade for this illustration, designed for anyone missing good old fashioned tactile buttons in a world dominated by touch screens. Now available on Society6, click the image to find out more. A Day of the Dead themed illustration based on Mexican & Aztec iconography, the painted Calavera and the subject of life and death. Now available on Society6, click the image to find out more. A map of an enchanted land, as imagined by Dutch author Sylvia Van Der made, who approached me with a rough sketch and asked if I could bring it to life. A very special hedgehog designed for Sylvia Van Der Made; Egel is the mysterious main character of her stories for children, and he really loves berries. An illustration created for the homepage of the Illustration Booth shop. I wondered what the Illustration Booth site would look like if it was a building, and pictured it as an old, broken-down factory, staffed by imaginary creatures and pumping out inky colours around the clock. If you click the image, it will take you to my shop where you can grab a souvenir of your visit. A parody of Da Vinci's Last Supper, inspired by the nativity story and designed for the 2011 Illustration Booth Christmas card. Also featured on the Illustration Rally Christmas rally. A nautical Christmas card designed for one of my oldest clients, Jenkins Marine. Every year I find creative new ways to put Santa on a tugboat, and I always enjoy the challenge! The 2013 Christmas card design for Jenkins Marine, complete with experimental Aurora Borealis effect! A huggable yeti designed for Mark at Haus of Gmone, a talented designer who specialises in screen printing and sells a great range of homeware and printed apparel on his website. Click the image to see what he has to offer! Illustration Rally is a collaborative illustration blog that takes a theme and runs with it, encouraging participation from upcoming and established scribblers alike. I was asked to join in with their European countries rally, and received France in the random draw. Brought to you by Le Tricolore, triangles and the number three, this is what I came up with. Click the image to check out an interview that I did for Natsuki Otani, the brains behind Illustration Rally. This asset was created for Evergreen Wrap, to feature within a yuletide animation promoting their range of reusable giftwrap. If you would like to see the full animation, just click the image, sit back and enjoy. A card designed for Evergreen Wrap, inspired by the plight of children with earth-loving mothers. A card design for Evergreen Wrap. Not all sustainable materials are a good idea. A card design for Evergreen Wrap. Just because something is past its best before date, doesn't mean you should compost it. A card design for Evergreen Wrap. Healthy smoothies are definitely an aquired taste. Another card design for Evergreen Wrap, inspired by locally sourced food. My final card design for Evergreen Wrap, concluding the series of eco-fails. A spoke card design for Love Your Bike Portsmouth, a project promoting bike culture and encouraging people to get creative with their two-wheeled friends. I created the penny-farthing using 3D software and added the character in Photoshop. The first of a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing how bespoke wraps may be used to wrap items bought in store. The second in a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, featuring a beautifully giftwrapped bracelet. The third in a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing the giftwrapped bracelet being given to the intended recipient, without any awkward faffing with scissors and sellotape. The fourth of a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing the wrap being worn as a scarf to accompany the bracelet. The first of a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, featuring the wrap in its display packaging. The second in a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, with the wrap being used to wrap up a happy teddy! The third in a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing the giftwrapped teddy being given to it's new owner. The fourth of a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing the teddy being carried in the wrap, which can be tied into a handy basket. The first of a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing the wraps being used to wrap up a picnic. The second in a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, showing how the wraps can be used to carry food. The last in a series of illustrations produced for the Evergreen Wrap promotional brochure, featuring the wraps as handy picnic blankets. Just a bit of fun with paper and photography, with thanks to the Toy-A-Day blog. Click on the image and make a model of your own! Deckchair design for Southsea Deck Your Chairs, a project celebrating an enduring icon of summer. My design propounds a potential elucidation of events leading to the Mary Rose's mysterious demise, involving a supposedly mythological and unquestionably colossal sea monster known as the Kraken. Canvas prints now available! An adaptation of my original deckchair design, made for a client who wanted a framed poster. A range of prints and canvases are now available on my online shop, click the image to see what's on offer! The finished deckchair in all it's reclining glory! Click the image for more about the project. A miniaturised version of the deckchair design, made to fit in my portfolio. The white horseman of conquest, part of a design for Treadless. The red horseman of war, part of a design for Treadless. The black horseman of famine, part of a design for Treadless. The pale horseman of death, part of a design for Treadless. A design for Threadless Loves Horror II, based on the biblical story of the Apocalypse. Click on the image to see the full submission. A design for Threadless Loves Horror II. A remastered version of the original boxoffice flop; with all new superglow apparitions and special effects! Starring the lachrymose pumpkin, sucky the bat, cliché McHowlywolf and the sasquatch pirate, with special guest appearances from the seven dead(ly) sinners! Are you afraid of the dark? Click the image to find out. A design for Threadless Loves Pre-Loved. In an alternate reality where bears were the dominant species, would stuffed humans provide comfort and silent companionship for their cubs? Click on the image to see the full submission. My entry for the Infectious Mimobot design contest, inspired by Carl Jung's psychological theory of Anima and Animus; the perceived difference between the unconscious inner self and the conscious outer persona. Anima's blank, expressionless countenance conceals a complex anatomy of impossible shapes and improbable objects. Just like the Mimobot, he is a simple shell with intricate internal machinery. Click the image to see the full submission. An informative artists' book aimed at the student demographic, looking at ways to reduce the risk of developing cancer by avoiding known carcinogens. Click on the image to flip through the pages.