A clickable map made for the Londonist showcasing the Seven Magnificent cemeteries in London. The drawings represent the variety of residents, architecture and histories for each cemetery.
The map was also featured in the book Londonist Mapped, a beautiful coffee table book full of illustrated maps of London.
Client: The AA, the Londonist
I created these characters for The Unworry Book, to help explain to kids the science behind stress, sleeping and negative thinking.
Client: Usborne Publishing
I drew a number of comics, spot illustrations and how-to guides for Write & Draw Your Own Comics book written by Louie Stowell.
Client: Usborne Publishing
Some personal work, just for fun.
A self initiated horoscope animation project which I’ll update as we go through 2018!
I teamed up with author Louie Stowell for the Guardian’s How To Draw… series. Linking in with her book about How to Write and Draw Comics (which I was featured in), we made this comic about how to draw an alien invasion. I love my job!
You can read the whole step by step guide here.
Client: The Guardian, Usborne Publishing
I designed and illustrated three covers for Australian kids magazine Lotta on different themes: decorating, growing up and recycling.
Client: Lotta Magazine
Get Out, Find Out! is a website for families to get inspired and go exploring various spots around Ireland together.
I created the brand identity (logo, business cards, letterheads, Facebook banners), images for the website plus designed and illustrated 4 x route maps and activity books for various historical and nature trails.
Client: Get Out, Find Out!
When UKTV moved offices, they wanted to make it an exciting event (rather than a logistical nightmare) so they asked me to create these festival-style lanyards for the new state-of-the-art premises, including maps of the area and the new offices.
I was invited to design and illustrate an alternative cover for the graphic novel Storm – an illustrated Tim Minchin poem about “a verbal and intellectual battle between science and belief”.
Client: Orion Publishing Co
I designed various pieces of merchandise for UKTV.
The promotional bags were for clients, with the illustrations representing all of the different TV channels.
The laptop case and notebook were a gift for the staff. The logos represent all the different departments. The logos were also used for internal documents and around the office.
Not to get too soppy, but here’s some lettering I did for my partner on Valentine’s day (the words are taken from “our song” Live it up by Mental as Anything).
I was commissioned to design and illustrate four huge posters for London Print Studio’s windows, highlighting the facilities of the print studio, digital studio, gallery and shop.
Client: London Print Studio
I participated in Draw the Line which is a website bringing together more than 100 comic artists, each illustrating a positive political actions anyone can take.
My illustration was to accompany the action ‘Join the Party’ (It costs surprisingly little to become a card-carrying party member. It also gives you the right to vote on important party decisions, like leadership and the stance they take on important issues.).
There is currently a crowdfunder to turn it into a book.
Client: Draw the Line
A children’s book collaboration that sadly never got off the ground. Writer and producer Emma Foster concepted a series of books starring Liberty Blaze. Liberty is a 10 year old private investigator who dreams up amazing DIY traps to catch pesky criminals.
I illustrated the Owner’s Manual for Driving Your Adolescent Brain by Joann Deak and Terrance Deak – a 72 page educational book teaching 8-14 year olds what’s going on inside their head during their tricky teenage years.
Client: Little Pickle Press
Some pattern experiments!
I made a series of comics to help UKTV staff use the new technology in their office.