Friday, 3 April 2009

Crystal Cave

Finally got this done, i dont really know where i got the idea for this from. the colours really came together when i finished it. happy with this one.

Where Boys Fear to Tread

I drew this girl the other day, inspired by Silversun pickup's song "Future Foe Scenarios". its 80's style teen-angst meets punk/horror colours. im attually suprised how happy i am with it. i'll be doing more, or at least using the style again.

Also i noticed the girl looks kinda like Triana Orpheus, from the awsome Venture Bro's one of my favourite programs

Thursday, 2 April 2009

Invisible Wolves

Here is a new CD Cover illustration ive work on over the week, its fairly simple in design. im pretty happy with the colours i hope they come out in print ok, theyre all quite dark so i think they will, i got a little carried away with the presentation, but i think it demonstrates the intended purpose pretty well.

Kresh reffers to the wolves of Lord Foul the despiser in Stephen Donaldson's novel series 'The Chronicles of Thomas Covenant' which i have been wading through for the past 2 weeks, theyre pretty awsome and really brutal compared to many similar books. im attually pretty happy with this, the 3 wolves look ok, and the purple edges make them look pretty maleovent. they're pretty low on detail, but i think that keeps it simple. Click for a better look.

Thursday, 19 March 2009

Sticks and Stones

I've just started adding cultural updates about sweet stuff over on my freind Robert loeber's awsome magazine/blog Sticks and Stones. It's totally varied, covering films, music, art a little bit of street sports and most importantly artist ventures by people we know and enjoy. Its great really as it's a chance to add a huge range of great content that isn't suitable for this blog, which is purely for just artwork and the occasional new development from me.

I'll be doing a couple of post's a week over there, all kinds of things and people. it'll be fantastic, probably.

Wednesday, 18 March 2009

These are two of my favourite images from my submission for the CTRL,ALT,SHIFT creative brief, part of YCN's 08/09 awards. each poster has a pretty unique feel to it, but theyre tied together through the strong graphic colour and composition. im pretty happy with them, theyre simple but theyre good i think they fit the what CTRL,ALT,SHIFT. will be looking for.
there are a total of ten posters, each with its own unique number and supporting information. each poster relates in some fashion to the three themes of : AIDS/HIV, womens equallity and rights, and children effected by war (particulalrly child soldiers). some of the images dont attually contain images directly relating to that at all but are designed to be eye catching and draw someone in to looking a little deeper into their meaning and information. most though, stick to the message.
you can see the whole series either at:

Wednesday, 4 March 2009


I've just been invited to join the creative network Behance you can find more of my work there, including a few peice not included on my blog due to their age, as well as a few work in progress peices yet to form into a final image.

it seems like a pretty professional looking network and i hope its useful, as im really still experimenting with what works and what doesn't in terms of an 'Online' presence.

Saturday, 28 February 2009


Finished this sketch today, i drew the women based upon a photo in the Royal Geographic Society Illustrated. i also finally got a copy of Tarsem Singh's 'The Fall' which ive wanted to see for a while now, just flicking through it, its easily one of the most visually dramatic films around. fantastic.