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New cycle prints

New Roadies..I’ve now reached 50 cyclists in this series – one for each year of my life! Go here for all prints. The start of a black and white series…….go here for all prints. Your guardian Cycling Angel. Go here for all prints.

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Taschen 100 Illustrators

A post-Christmas must-buy! When Julius Weidemann contacted me a while back I didn’t realise the body of work I put together was for such a great publication. Taschen’s 100 Illustrators, edited by Julius and Steve Heller, is a compendium of all the Illustrators Now books, edited from 600 to 100 ‘best of the best’. It’s certainly a privilege to be amongst so many great exponents of our profession. Thanks Julius, Steven, Daniel and Nora. Not many left on Amazon!

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HS2…a line film

A very animated line for a very controversial project. Commissioned by Steve Jones and Martin Lorraine at AMV BBDO, my drawings and 12 Foot 6‘s animation combine again. The film was presented at the Manchester Conference by The Minister for Transport.

Old Label

An old label illustration I did for Anita Roddick’s husband. Thought I’d get it on the blog before it blows up – looks a bit ropey. I’d have drunk it when I was a student!

American Illustration Chosen

No 1 – ‘Chosen’ for American Illustration 2012. Part of a series of photo etching prints I’m working on, loosely based on celebrity.  No 2 – One of 4 pieces I did through The Creative Federation for JISC. Soon to be animated.

Adobe Launch CS6/Creative Cloud

Adobe commission to do a live-draw at their launch party for CS6 and Creative Cloud at the amazing 1 Marylebone. The VIP guests could tag their illustrations on Facebook the following morning [if they could find themselves]. Drawn on iPad using Photoshop Touch, importing and filtering shots of the venue and guests then scribbling to make it look like the craziest party.

X Media Lab Film

X MediaLab, the internationally acclaimed digital media think-tank came to Bath last month to run one of their globe-trotting Digital workshops. They invited us to live-draw to add some texture and creativity to entertain delegates. We drew on iPads and the drawings were projected onto the walls inside the Ballroom of the world famous Assembly Rooms where Jane Austen would have danced – to a different iTune of course Mr Darcey. Shot by Joe Brown, directed by Simon Deshon at The Creative Federation.


More Brushes fun at The X Media Lab conference in Bath. Big interior projection in The Assembly Rooms….bigger to come. Films to follow.