Sunday, November 28, 2010

Tom Cooney



And on this subzero Sunday I bring you....a poster designed for the rather excellent Tom Cooney. This was my first gig poster and it was a really enjoyable process trying to draw something that suited the sound. Definitely something I want to do more of in the future!

Monday, November 22, 2010

Bad girls ice rink


Some days I do nothing but eat toasted sandwiches, read Tank Girl and draw laydeeez. Saturday was one of those days.

*I have just realised the title of this post sounds like the name of a B-rate indie band.

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Fair's Fayre

Oh I almost forgot! I will also be selling work at The Fair Fayre Christmas Art Fair which will be held at the Bussey Building, 133 Rye Lane Peckham between the 17th and 19th December. It aims to sell affordable art (mostly under £50) and unique Christmas gifts from a variety of artists and craftspeople.

I'll be selling unframed prints like this one



And framed ones like this baybeh which has been residing in the corner
of my bedroom for a few weeks (we've grown very close-sniff, sniff)




I'm also in the process of getting some festive stuff together-cards/wrapping paper etc and will post more details closer to the event. So if you happen to be in the area come and drink mulled wine and buy stuff!


Etsy





*Shameless plug alert*

Soo it's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, if you're looking for a completely mindblowingly facemeltingly amazing gift to give someone you know I have some fine art prints for sale in my etsy store, all on 300gsm Hahnemuhle German Etching Paper. I can also produce prints on request of any of my images-just mail me for more info!

Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Je t'aime, Oui je t'aime


Ah ma petite chou! I'm have become horribly neglectful and inconsistent, I am the deadbeat Dad to my blog's misunderstood teenager. Truthfully work has been kicking my ass timewise so finding a few hours a day to draw is proving difficult. I have found a few projects to ease me into the process once again however and this is one-my interpretation of Paris for the Gallic competition. It is INCREDIBLY difficult to draw Paris without including one or two (or five) stereotypes so here they are- A Parisian alleyway, a stylish lady smoking Gauloises, a patisserie aaand the main cast from Bande à part....for good measure!