Heavily influenced by the late and very great Saul Steinberg I recently created this card for Father's Day.
Nothing like a chilled afternoon pint and doodle to start the weekend.
On my way to my coffee meeting I thought I'd attempt to scribble all the people in my tube train down before they got off.
I was honoured to be asked to illustrate a dear friend's wedding invites. So I did, and they loved it and here it is.
Had a little drawing session with my niece, aged three and a half, earlier this month. She had a go on Photoshop and then decided to sit back and art direct instead - clearly a natural.
This year's Christmas, or holiday, cards. Available online only. Drop me an email for more info.
A bit about the band:
The Guilty Ones, after a fruitful studio sabbatical, are now ready to release their infectious new single 'Conquer The World' through Auditorius/BMG Chrysalis, home of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Frank Ocean, Tame Impala and Bruno Mars.
The Guilty Ones are being overseen and produced by the legendary Rupert Hine (Stevie Nicks, Tina Turner, Howard Jones, Underworld); co-produced by their guitarist Jo and Alex Beitzke (Ed Sheeran, Paul Weller, Foster The People, Jamiroquai) with the mastering being overlooked by Bob Ludwig's Protégé Adam Ayan (Madonna, The Foo Fighters, Pearl Jam, Incubus). Liv's vocals are recorded by Chris Kimsey (The Rolling Stones, INXS, Duran Duran and Elton John) at the historical Olympic Studios in London.
The single is taken from the forthcoming EP simply called 'Conquer The World EP'.
I was lucky enough to be part of a very lovely exhibition this week from AMMO magazine.
'The Poopdeck Project' consisted of around 50 illustrators from around the world to each create a single illustration. This would then form the artwork on a piratey based deck of cards.
You can buy your own deck here http://www.ammomagazine.co.uk/shop/poopdeck.html
After almost three days I'm all done. Pop along and have a look for yourself next time you're in the neighbourhood.
Work has a started in piecing together the weekend's scribbles for the video, all starting to come together.
Storyboards are now all there - looks like we've got quite a bit to do.
With the prep doodles completed on Saturday, I made a start on the Brewdog bar beer mural this Sunday. Had to wait for the bar to get quiet enough to start (around half 9) but still managed to get 3 hours done.