Sunday, December 21, 2014
Sunday, December 7, 2014
Friday, November 28, 2014
Tuesday, November 18, 2014
I was invited by pal & fellow illustrator Jess Wilson, to contribute a piece of work to the Jealous Needs You exhibition, for Jealous Gallery.
This is a 50x50cm 3-colour screenprint in an edition of 36, and will be available to buy from the exhibition opening next month at Jealous Gallery, and through their website. Especially for Christmas, it also features a metallic gold ink.
This print is part of an on-going body of drawings which explore ideas about growth in the natural world.
You can find Jealous Gallery at 53 Curtain Road, Shoreditch, EC2A 3PT in East London and 27 Park Road N8 8TE in Crouch End, North London.
Monday, November 10, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
Monday, October 13, 2014
I was invited by Brain Magazine in Japan to produce a cover for their next issue, under the theme of 'happy creation'; this was the perfect opportunity for me to explore my love of process & image making in a way much of my commissioned work rarely allows for; thanks Brain! I'll post a picture of the magazine once it arrives in my studio.
Sunday, October 12, 2014
Wednesday, October 8, 2014
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Friday, September 26, 2014
Monday, September 15, 2014
A year ago, Steve and I decided to say a fond farewell to our apartment in East London's Hackney and move 200 miles South West to Devon. We bought a house from a couple whose family had lived in it since 1895 and set about de-chintzing, tearing down walls, putting up new ones and creating a new home. It has been a brilliant, tough, sometimes extreme & excellent adventure which has in some ways transformed the way we live. When we're not in London or elsewhere, we now spend a lot of our time outdoors, exploring, hiking, swimming and sharing it all with friends - and I have been documenting the time on my 35mm camera - here are some snapshots of life beside the sea.
Saturday, August 23, 2014
Friday, August 22, 2014
Thursday, August 21, 2014
This autumn, the banks of Devon's River Tamar will play host to a major film festival combining epic cinema, historical archive and documentary film and premiering specially commissioned films by international artists. With each film linked to a river theme, the festival celebrates the history and explores a future use of the River Tamar. Opening in Calstock with a spectacular outdoor screening, the film festival flows downriver stopping at Gunnislake, Bere Alston, Cargreen, Saltash, Barne Barton, Devonport and Plymouth.
Being staged with funding from Arts Council England, the British Film Institute Film Festival Fund, the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site, the Heritage Lottery Fund, FEAST, the festival aims to celebrate and revitalise cultural spaces and communities and raise new questions about the river’s potential as an economic and cultural force in the 21st Century.
The It’s All About the River film festival is part of the River Tamar Project: a major cultural programme, connecting local and international communities with the river. In partnership with Plymouth University.
Monday, August 18, 2014
I am delighted to announce my work is featured in this new book out now published by TASCHEN, Illustration Now! 5.
TASCHEN's regular Illustration Now! series brings you the latest, groundbreaking work from the world’s most exciting illustrators. A stimulating mix of established master draftsmen and neophytes, working in a vast range of techniques, this Illustration Now! Vol. 5 features 150 illustrators from over 30 countries, including illustration duo Craig&Karl, reportage artist Sue Coe, upcoming Agata Nowicka, old master James McMullan and Syrian artist Youssef Abdelké. The spread includes personal work, as well as high-profile projects for clients such as Nike, The New Yorker, Harper's Bazaar, Google or Time magazine.
Looking back at the history of media, the book's introduction from Steven Heller explores the many styles of illustration. A perfect round-up of illustration's here-and-now for graphic artists, creative professionals and illustration students, but also for anyone with an appreciation of draftsmanship and visual language.
Available from Amazon and probably your local bookstore too!