Fivefootsix have just relaunched their website with work from a collection of illustrators sitting right up front. Here’s my contribution.
I just received a copy of Cool Science Tricks from Portico. I’ll show some more of the illustrations from the book here soon.
A couple of old drawings are becoming new screen prints this week. Here’s the first.
I’m sad to see The Times Eureka Magazine’s last issue hitting the shelves today. It has been a huge pleasure to work with everyone there. My comic strip The Moment After makes it’s final appearance in the magazine’s beautifully designed pages.
A new limited edition risograph print of my queen/moustache illustration is available as part of Many Hands’ exciting new Olympic Collection. They have some beautiful prints and homeware and the collection will only be sticking around until the closing ceremony of the Paralympics so make sure you take look right now. Here’s a little more info from Many Hands…
We’re excited to present our new Olympic Collection celebrating the London 2012 Games this summer. Gathering the talents of both existing and new friends of Many Hands we’ve bought together some of todays illustrative athletes. The talented team includes Many Hands regulars Owen Gildersleeve, Lizzy Stewart and Ciara Phelan, together with Peepshow’s Jenny Bowers and Spencer Wilson, Ben Javens, Lesley Barnes, James Dawe, Crayonfire, Sam Brewster, Damien Weighill and many more.
To really get in the spirit of the Olympic’s, we will be giving away prizes to a luckily selection of customers every time Team GB wins gold. So whether you are particularly patriotic or not, thats reason enough to join in with the excitement.
The collection of homeware, accessories and artists prints will be available from now right through until the closing ceremony of the Paralympics on 9th Sept. Make sure you sprint over to our store and grab a piece of the action while you can.
This is a recent editorial illustration for Denver’s 5280 Magazine about the popularity of new Bike Bars that are springing up around the city.
I spent part of last week drawing a whole host of yellow objects for The Yellow Show – super talented poet/comedian Rob Auton’s debut solo show at the Edinburgh Fringe.
The badger loving folk amongst you should take in this exhibition at Protein gallery, London. One of my drawings will be on display amongst work by some hugely talented illustrators/artists.
The private view is Thursday 21st June (tonight) from 7-10pm.
Friday 22nd: 8am – 6pm
Saturday 23rd: 11am – 4pm
Sunday 24th: 11am – 3pm
More info on the event can be found here.
These two little sketches are leftovers from a project I’ve been working on this week. In the end another idea was chosen but I’m rather fond of these. Did I ever mention how much I love drawing animals?