Off Life is a free to pick up, bi-monthly comic magazine. To quote their web-site:
“OFF LIFE is the UK’s only street press comic magazine. Each issue we’ll be collecting comic stories from today’s best indie talent, compiling them in a bi-monthly magazine and then leaving them around bars, coffee houses, shops and galleries for good people like you to pick up – free of charge.”
I keep intending to submit a comic for the magazine, but in the mean time was very happy to be asked to contribute a cover for the 3rd issue....more
New poster design for Arrows Of Love / Tied To The Mast next month in Brighton....more
Halloween should always be one of two things: goofy or gross. This guy is aiming for one of those, but maybe hitting the other.
Happy Halloween either way!...more
A run down of recent additions to the site:
A poster design done for the guys at Barely Regal Records and their date of the Prawn UK tour can be seen here.
The cover design and inside spread for the zine “Late Night Drive” can be seen here.
And a piece of personal work, inspired by Aurora and Moebius model kits and their construction can be seen to the left and here.
As always, scroll down for thumbnails of more work....more
Gavin from South Wales based record label What We Should Be Doing asked me to do some posters for the shows he has coming up. As the shows all take place in May and share some commonality, Gavin suggested using a theme to tie the posters together. You can see what I came up with here.
I’ve also heard what’s coming up for the print site Skull & Heart in the coming months, and what their next series of prints has in store. I urge people to start getting excited now in preparation for the announcements of who they’ve got lined up. Whilst you’re doing that, there are also still copies of the print I did for the first series along with the excellent Dan Mumford available here.
As always, scroll down for more work....more
Uploaded a couple of new images. This one to the left is based on the skeptical quote “The are no haunted places, only haunted people”. Along with a new poster for the Manchester date of Austin Lucas’ next UK tour.
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A few months ago I was asked by the excellent Skull & Heart to take part in their first print series with an open brief and the only limitation being that it had to be a 2 colour print. It’s been a while since I’ve done a straight art print, and I’m really pleased to be involved with this series. These have just gone up for sale, and are available in an edition of 50, signed and numbered and printed beautifully by White Duck Screenprint.
And here to check out the portfolio page to see some details from the print....more
First proper job of the new year was this poster for Cardiff’s Barely Regal Promotions....more
I saw out the last working year with this T-shirt design for South West punk band As We Sink.
I also did them a back patch design to go along with it which can be seen here.
This is a tall one, so scroll down for some other recent work below....more
After doing this T-shirt design for the label a couple of months ago, John got back in touch asking me to do the artwork for Disconnect Disconnect Records newest sampler....more
Quick update with a few prints that I’ve been working on between other projects in the past few weeks. Those “other projects” will be wrapping up soon and will be on here as soon as I can manage....more
Another project for the always excellent Bangers . This is a collection of their 2 previous full length albums (which I did the artwork for here and here), brought together on to one cassette. It’s for their US tour later this month, and is being released in a limited run of 100 on Dead Broke Rekerds....more
Going through some older projects from earlier this year including a selection of spot illustrations and section headers for Oxford Jam 2011, “a three-day fringe event that creates a space for the nurturing of social economy and social finance projects the world over”. These were used in a newspaper format programme for the event, which I’ll hopefully get around to photographing to put these in context.