We are having a party at GDC again in March. Bigger and better than last year. Go here for more information.
I really enjoyed working on the identity for this one. It feels like ages since I did any hand lettering, which is crazy because it is one of my favorite things. Also, Toucans.
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Messing around with Infinite Sketchpad
This gentleman is on his way to drop some sick pow. Either that or drink some nice Vin Chaud.
I designed this logo for Becky to reflect the weird hybrid of embroidery and carpentry that her work has recently become. You can buy her stuff on Etsy. Read more →
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A poster design for this years Design Museum Family Day. It is on October the 14th.
Watching the Women’s football final reminded me of this drawing I did a few years ago.
BABA GANOUSH! This is part of a massive drawing that I did for Lebanese restaurant Yalla Yalla. They have a pop-up thing near the Hayward Gallery and my drawings are all over the inside of it. It is fun because they have reproduced the drawings quite large. Huge in fact. Also, the food is very good.
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I think Wilko Johnson had this set up in 1976
A sleeve for this record that I made for the Secret 7″ show last month.
These Lebanese teapots are part of a job that I am currently working on. I am really enjoying drawing in a more relaxed, doodly way. I draw like this a lot in my sketchbook, but it is unusual for it to make it into a real job (or even onto this website, for that matter) Something in this blog post by Jon Boam struck a chord with me when I read it. Life is too short to make constipated, uptight drawings all the time.
My contribution to the Who is Rupert Ray? Exhibition. My favourites on the night were by Vincent Mahe and Luke Pearson.
You can now see the film I made for The Royal Observatory Greenwich here.