Wednesday, 30 November 2016

Live drawing for Twitter

A spot of live drawing at a Twitter dinner event last month.

Tuesday, 29 November 2016

Business coaching manual illustrations

Here are some illustrations I finished earlier this year for 'The Little Book Of Corridor Coaching' for Management Futures. According to their website the book is "the ideal desktop companion for anyone looking to develop their coaching skills as a manager and improve the support they provide to their team members on a daily basis" – according to my website it's "bloody lovely looking".

Thursday, 10 November 2016

Live Drawing

A quick selection of some of my live drawing work, there are more examples here.

Monday, 31 October 2016

Zombie Video Game Characters

A collection of zombie video game characters for the Niche VIP area at London ComicCon.





Saturday, 3 September 2016

Badass Beaches

Some nautical/beach themed illustrations

Thursday, 1 September 2016

Business illustrations

A selection of illustrations from a recent commission for a company specialising in data analysis (I have no idea what any of it means!).




Tuesday, 7 June 2016

Fuzzy Felt Comedians

For the fourth year running I've created the imagery for the Tringe Comedy Festival's marketing, this years theme is fuzzy felt and I've been cutting out the likes of Seann Walsh, Jason Byrne, Nish Kumar (below) Shappi Khorsandi, Milton Jones and Sam Simmons. For more information on the Tringe, click here.

Sunday, 22 May 2016

Euro 2016 Wallcharts on sale

I've just put the finishing touches to my Euro 2016 wallchart, sent them off to be printed and I'm now accepting orders. 

As usual, all profits will be donated to the brilliant Luton and Dunstable Hospital Neonatal and Intensive Care Unit.  Click here for all of the details

Tuesday, 23 February 2016

More illustrations on office walls

Sorting through images of the illustrations I did on the walls of WPG - I found a few that I hadn't put up on my site. There are quite a few of the smaller hidden 'easter egg' drawings here like the dead fly, instagram and blu-tack ones.

Click the montage to see them all




Monday, 1 February 2016

Cool characters

A clutch of cool customers that I created for a recent project.

Tuesday, 29 December 2015

Wall art for The Construction Youth Trust

A project I recently completed for the new offices of The Construction Youth Trust - an organisation that aims to get more young people into the building and construction industries.





Click here for more images

Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Plasticine organs

A collection of plasticine organs that I created for the NHS during Organ Donation Week.









Friday, 16 October 2015

Live drawing at Offshore Europe Exhibition

Last month I turned the blank white walls of engineering firm Parker's exhibition stand into a doodle-filled delight, here are a few pictures - don't ask me to explain what any of it means!



Click here to see more pictures

Friday, 25 September 2015

Plasticine body parts

…some plasticine organs that I've been working on recently – more to come soon.

Thursday, 24 September 2015

Expect The Unexporcupine update

Great news! - we won a big cheque at the Edinburgh Festival Comedy Poster Award. Thank you to everyone who gave the posters a vote - cheers!

Monday, 21 September 2015

A goal without a plan...

…is just a wish.

One of the many illustrations I did for Morissons Supermarkets earlier this year, brought to life by Ingenious Ideas.

Monday, 3 August 2015

Mental Health Charity Illustrations

Some recent illustrations for mental health charity, MCCH




Sunday, 12 July 2015

Expect The Unexporcupine

This years's New Act Of The Year winner, Michael Stranney, and The Laughing Horse New Act runner up, Olaf Falafel – are set to perform their comedy show entitled 'Expect The Unexporcupine' at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August and I've been busy illustrating their posters.

Instead of just the one poster that most comedy shows have, they wanted 21 different ‘remixes’ of their show poster – a different one for each day of the run in Edinburgh.

Below is the original poster plus a selection of the 21 variations. The posters are entered in the Comedy Poster Awards – I'd love it if you gave them a vote by clicking here – there's a £1,500 prize up for grabs!