It’s been a while.
Thanks to Cathy Olmedillas and Supermundane, I’ve been lucky enough to produce another six pages for the ever-awesome Anorak magazine. The story is called Pat the Postcard, and Anorak is available from anywhere that’s worth anything.
It’s sunny outside! While you might think that’s a good thing, it might well be a result of climate change, which might be a bad thing. I drew an image for the lovely people organising this year’s Climate Camp in the City, and here it is!
With this issue of Plan B, I was asked to illustrate the Urbanisme column. Living in Hackney and being brought-up in Bognor Regis gives me an almost unparalleled insight into such things. Wonder at the results!
Following my recent contribution to Amelia’s Magazine, I was asked to provide a logo for the coming G20 Climate Camp in the City.
To break with tradition, here’s an illustration for the magazine Plan B. I’m not really sure what it’s all about, but apparently it’s got something to do with music, and this is for an article about a record label called Holy Roar.
Crayonlegs have only gone and released another issue of Tight Fit, and for some incomprehensible reason they asked me to draw another picture. “After last time?!” I hear you cry. My sentiments exactly.
Another new year arrives, and with it comes a new illustration for the awesome Plan B. This time, it accompanies an article that challenges the 4/4 time signature so rife in todays music. Personally, I don’t mind as long as I can whistle it.
Umm… have a cracking Christmas. Now pull yourself together.
This new image o’ mine is a little too detailed to be appreciated on this here blog, so I’ve resized it to fit the desktops of all you Mac/widescreen monitor users out there. It’s not the most positive of outlooks, but at least it’s colourful, right? Ctrl+click (or right-click) on it and set as your desktop… but I didn’t need to tell you that.