Thursday, 18 March 2010

Beefing Up

Spent a few extra days filling out the bare corners of my wall installation, commissioned by COW ( Only the wallpaper needs filling in now, these pics are a just a little update. Do pop along to the Manchester store, or any COW for that matter, for delivery days have been bringing with them a glorious selection of vintage gems. Trust me I've seen. And purchased.

If you happen to own a shop, an office, a house or even just a bit of wall I am available for large scale commissions. In all shapes and sizes, of all subjects or shapes! Just drop me a line at :)

Thanks to...


For taking the photographs below and also for growing this gnarly moustache.


Photos from Wednesday 10th March ------> FLOOD IT

Printing, Listening, Drinking, Spilling.

This is the beardy work of my illustrator housemate and all-round wonder Alex Godwin (aka Billy) Find more great shapes and landscapes at

And this number is by WASTE aka Norm Hayes - the founder/organiser of the event and another top person. See for more splendid lines and good times.

Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Monday, 15 March 2010

Flood It

A little late I'll admit.

Last week I was screenprinting live at Flood It once more. Not a pug this time, but a scarlet macaw that loves to much that his pencilcase got embedded in his feathers. He's printed (sometimes more than once) on American Apparel White 2001 T-shirts in S/M/L and on Heather Grey 5454 jumpers in S/M. Available to buy soon on

Pictures from the event to come soon.

My bike i like

There really is nothing better than cycling.
Incidentally the good chaps at COW VINTAGE also think so. This drawing will be part of their Spring Collection, printed on some classic American Apparel garments. Expect it in stores from April, plus a few other original designs.

Camberwell Calling

I am feeling rather pleased. I have spent most of my 2010 working furiously on my application to study MA Illustration at Camberwell College, London and on Wednesday I travelled down to the Big Smoke. Extremely nervous, ludicrously overprepared. I was offered a place on the spot!
I have been smiling ever since. Add to that the arrival of Spring (it must be official now as I swapped my usual bowl of porridge for muesli and chopped braeburn this morning) and there is only joy! Expect drawings full of Hallelujah's.