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I had the pleasure of working with musician Keith Kenniff again on a series of website illustrations that represented his different monikers Helios, Goldmund and Mint Julep and his work with film and TV for his music label Unseen Music.

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New work - Editorial illustration: Stanford Social Innovation Review magazine - The Re-Emerging of Art Funding Innovation. See the full article here.

LoFi SchiFi BOTS Glasgow
Brothers Of The Stripe Collective put on a Schi fi inspired illustration show LoFi SchiFi in Glasgow.

Brothers Of The Stripe collective were selected to exhibit at Pick Me Up  2014 at Somerset House in London.

This year we based our show around science and the periodic table. Each brother chose an element from the periodic table and create an A2 screen print inspired by the element.I chose Osmium which is a metal used to create pen nibs. 

As well as the Periodic print set we ran a mutant lino print workshop.

I will be exhibiting some new sci-fi inspired work at the Brothers Of The Stripe Glasgow show, opening next week at The Good Spirits Co.

I will be exhibiting some new sci-fi inspired work at the Brothers Of The Stripe Glasgow show, opening next week at The Good Spirits Co.

Uniform - Principle icons
I was commissioned by Uniform to create a set of abstract icons which represent their three main principles - Method, Magic & Emotion.These were then beautifully animated by Charlie Pastor.More info here.

Uniform - Principle icons

I was commissioned by Uniform to create a set of abstract icons which represent their three main principles - Method, Magic & Emotion.

These were then beautifully animated by Charlie Pastor.

More info here.

My page for the @MEGAMUNDEN @LaurenceKingPub Tattoo Colouring Book #thetattoocolouringbook #art @MeningitisNow 

I had fun creating this editorial illustration for German philosophy magazine Hohe Luft .

The illustration accompanied an article about the culture of the information distribution and how the internet has transformed it.

I recently created a editorial illustration for Fortune Magazine

I was invited by the excellent Stereohype to create a set of pin badges. Available here!

Brothers Of The Stripe took over the V&A art studio for November’s Friday Late. We setup an illustration tattoo work shop where you could tattoo character prints with an array of tattoo stamps. Around the space we kept busy, live drawing giant inked characters.

I was selected to be a part of Work/Life 3: The UPPERCASE directory of illustration, which features 100 top illustrators / artists from across the globe. 

This edition was based on the theme “An Illustrated Life”. 

Participants were asked to create an original illustration based on a bespoke assignment, given to them by UPPERCASE editor Janine Vangool, which was specific to their interests and story.

The brief I received focused on the idea of art and life feeding into each other. 

More info available <a href=”http://e2.ma/click/245cf/ypn1sc/6ra74c” target=”_blank”>here</a>

My contribution for Uppercase Magazine article on stationery inspired letterforms.