All in a day's work.
Above are some of the images we came up with. These, along with over 350 others graced the pages of a Kindle publication and also a massive printed book which I was delighted to receive in the post just a few weeks ago.
Permission To Smile
Recent banners have encouraged local people to come together AS ONE to create a community spirit in streets where people may not otherwise know their neighbours or anyone they can ask for help.
Bespoke silk scarf
This image featured President of the European Central Bank, Christine Lagarde, shown surrounded by symbols of her work in trade and finance. The finished scarf measured over a metre square. I have no idea if it was intended to be presented to Mrs Lagarde or created for a fan of her work.
Luckily they only wanted my illustrations and not my copywriting skills, otherwise they'd have ended up with headlines like: Return To Blender, Americano Trilogy and Always On My Grind.
The Bath House
Income Plus Administration
You Were Born A Scientist!
At the time of writing, we are two thirds of the way through the book and it's been a pleasure, not only to learn something new from the text but to also experiment with a softer feel to the illustrations which incorporate more shading and subtlety thanks to an extra process in Adobe Photoshop.
• a series of cartoon characters based on vehicle batteries for a major manufacturer in Austria.
2016: some favourite projects
Darryl told me he typed 'Bellingham Illustrator' into Google, hoping to find an artist in his nearby town of Bellingham, Washington State, USA. Instead he found me and the rest is history... well, a charming and enlightening children's book at least.