I recently designed four images to be used on drinks coasters, each inspired by a different signature cocktail. These are not anything to do with my last post, but it does feel like most things I draw at the moment are based around alcohol. This is quite possibly why nobody has asked me to illustrate a children's book yet.
Thursday, 5 December 2013
TGI Friday's asked me to produce images for some of their cocktails from their swanky new menu. Being the nice sort of chap I am, I gladly obliged. I was given five cocktails to illustrate, but I enjoyed this project so much I decided to do one of them twice.
Wednesday, 23 October 2013
So I have decided to start converting a few of my tweets in pictorial form. This drawing is still in keeping with the etiquette of Twitter, as I managed to use less than 140 characters in it. And on that note, I shall thank you for visiting my blog for the last ever time.
Monday, 16 September 2013
I was asked to produce a poster and leaflet design for art historian and chief BBC Arts Presenter, Andrew Graham-Dixon, to advertise his Caravaggio lecture series at the Edinburgh Fringe and Edinburgh Arts Festival. The brief called for something that would attract in an audience a little different to Andrew's usual demographic, as the Fringe has a slightly more varied range of visitors. I thought the cherub penises would do the trick.
Thursday, 21 March 2013
Monday, 18 February 2013
This is a piece I produced for Amelia's Magazine, to accompany an article written by the very talented Jessica Cook. The article was was entitled '50 Fabulous Frocks at the Fashion Museum, Bath'. My illustration focusses on a Champagne fancy dress costume from the 1900s. Check it - http://bit.ly/12zAzYT.