Thursday, 28 April 2011


Thursday, 21 April 2011

Illustration Magazine Feature

Came across this in the library today at Uni, hence the 'NOT TO BE TAKEN AWAY' sticker.  A little feature in the graduates pages of Illustration Magazine - very pleased!  I just wish that I'd sorted out a website back when they asked for the info.  Oh well; big thankyou to Ruth Prickett for getting in touch!

Can't imagine this is particularly interesting for anyone other than myself.

Wednesday, 20 April 2011


I'm very happy to inform that an extremely talented individual named Euan McMeeken has agreed to create the score for the animation that I am still, feverishly, working away on.  He's part of a few musical projects but will be working on this as Glacis.  We're also going to be working together on a couple of other things, but it was after hearing his music that I knew what he does would be perfect for this, and I'm extremely grateful that he has agreed to so enthusiastically.  He's real good and extremely talented and I couldn't be happier and more keen to see what he makes once the animation is finished (I should really come up with some working title for it).

He's also set up mini50 records in Edinburgh, and has signed some really nice artists to the label.  You should definitely go have a look and listen and give your support over at the mini50 bandcamp page.  And also have a look through Euan's blog, the man's got real good taste.

Thursday, 14 April 2011

Space Dust

Rather than doing any work this evening, ended up making a pretty synthy playlist.

Tuesday, 5 April 2011

We admit we are like animals, but what we seldom realise is

I have been working, honestly.

Some things...

Hello, thought I'd just do a little catch up.

Making Progress exhibition a couple of weeks ago was real nice; we were there for a week and had quite a few people interested in the work and plenty more who weren't too keen.  Big thankyou to Camille McCawley for organising everything; more photos of the work over on her blog.

Added a few more original drawings to my shop the other day as well.  PLUS having an April sale with 15% discount if you use the code APRILSFOOL.  Hard times are upon us.

And lastly, here's part of my submission for the very fun sounding WOW Gorillas project in Bristol.  This is part of the larger design that I submitted (excuse the weird quality scan) that, understandably, wasn't successful; I made a bit of a hash of the whole application, if I'm honest.  Really looking forward to seeing the finished gorillas standing around Bristol when they're completed!