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Sir John Hegarty commissioned this wall drawing for his new venture The Garage Soho
6 metre canvas at Jisc’s annual conference.
Hang on in there….you’ve done 2 days!
A Carol by Cooter
The pop-up bike exhibition has finished!
Drawit – Draw a Face from The Creative Federation on Vimeo.
The Tour of Britain will be flying past Society Cafe on friday so I hastily penned a Wiggo homage
Our bike part homage may be destroyed with the building unless the boys at Bristol Dropouts save it!
Life sized bikes on the pop-up windows
Practise for all those Thumb cards to be released soon.
Wall art at the Bristol Pop-up
The Drinkers start life under the glass at The Tasting Room, Bath.
Print and T-shirt design for the boys at Monday Motorcyle Company, a new store for motorcycle clothing and lifestyle.
Drawit004 from The Creative Federation on Vimeo.
Drawit003 from The Creative Federation on Vimeo.
Spilsbury Drawit002 from The Creative Federation on Vimeo.
Spilsbury Drawit001 from The Creative Federation on Vimeo.
Jim Wannamacher’s cap has eventually made the post….on it’s way to New Era, Buffalo.
Blackroad Racers. A2 giclee on Hannemuhle rag – nice. Prints available here.
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.
Great night at Society Cafe Bath last night – cheers everyone
The detail The first screen print off the rack ‘Bunchsprint’ was printed at Whiteduck Editions in Bath ready for the launch tonight at Society Cafe Bath
New cycling cards to accompany all my cycling prints. Prints available here Printed by the boys at Ripe
10m backdrop for Akzonobel Annual Conference
2014…year of the bike. I’ll be populating the blog [and others] every month up to the Grand depart in Yorkshire on 5th July. Prints available at www.spilsburystore.com
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!
Dog lovers, check out this Muttley Crew. A new A3 print, currently selling fast here.
A Christmas mural attracted some graffiti of its own. The spelling does it for me!
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.
Just doing this 59Fifty I promised Jim Wannemacher at New Era two years ago [whoops, found the box stashed at the back of the studio]
Cover and spread for piece about The Science of Learning for John Hopkins University mag in Baltimore.
The drawing’s comin to get ya! A pic by ace photographer and shit surfer Max Ellis.
Sam’s Kitchen have a pop-up in the amazing Octagon in Bath, which called for some more window drawing. Go here to see the ‘making of’ film’.
A new wall drawing taking shape at The Guild in Bath, a digital creative hub.
The two of the three ‘Chosen’ images for this years’ AIAP. Thanks to all the judges.
The Lazerian Gerald exhibition goes live today. Off to New York in May and back to London and Milan later in the year. Go and see it if you can.
Two of the chairs for a live draw in Cannes……
A Neon themed party at CHI and another fine one it was.
The Sunday Times Caption Competition rolls on. Looking forward to the winning lines on these two.
Shuffling music – the old way.
A few sheep for BBH anniversary
Occasionally I get to do some straight drawing….for an animated film thru Masius.
A rare piece of editorial for Management Today – last piece must be a decade ago with the great Anne Braybon.
…..big. My first foray into scaling up my work [4×3 foot painting] and the first appearance of the ArtAngel. Watch this space for developments.