Thank you for clicking on the WORK link. You will now only see posts of my own work. You will also now be able to find a lot of posts that are of work that predates this website. A sort of archive.
I have been doing some work for O2 recently. Specifically, for think Big, which is their corporate-responsibility initiative. It has been an interesting project because, rather than working on single illustrations I have been creating a library of elements, including abstract shapes, figurative stuf, typography and even flexible ‘brush’ elements. These have then been given to various other designers and they have been building all sorts of things out of it. web pages, films, signage. It is a bit like making a fuzzy-felt kit and then watching other people make stuff out of it.
I think my favorite bits have been the hand drawn type that I have done. here are a couple of examples.
You can see more on the Think Big site.
This was done for a dubious publication called Grafuck. It is about the first sexy thing I drew.
This was the poster for the Design Museum Family day 2010
I always love working for the Design Museum. They were my first client when I left Airside and the work I have done with them have always been fun.
If you are feeling lonely you can purchase one of these self assembly sex dolls from my shop.
This is the artwork for a large mural that I designed for the new offices of Acknowledgment
It might not be imideatley obvious why this drawing ic called Tea-break so here is a detail:
Consider this, my friend. If you were to view this drawing from the top down it would just be a load of circles. Deep.
This strange creature was the centerpeice of a mural I did in the offices of Tangent. It was quite difficult to photograph but here are a few images .It was a fun project because we worked on it trough the night and the nice people at Tangent trusted us to just paint whatever we felt like in their workspace. Such as a giant nut-cracker. Why not?
This is one of three T’s that I designed for Uniqlo. The dude with the hat is trying to chat up the pretty lady. I’m not quite sure what he is saying to her; somthing about going back to his flat to check out his trumpet. (no crying)
I drew this in 2006. Maki Yoshikura Animated it. You will have to ask Maki what they are doing exactly. It was all her idea.