Oryx Magazine: Watch This Space
illustrations to accompany an article in Oryx magazine about Cohu Experience and their Space Nation App which aims to democratise space travel. It was partly funded by the guys who created Angry Birds, hence the angry-bird-in-space opening illustration.
The first of a what is to be a regular contribution of 2 column illustrations for Dockwalk magazine: The top one is accompanying a piece by Rubi McGrory about trying to pre-empt the crew's food fads. The second is about Hollywood's idea of yacht parties versus the reality, to accompany a piece written by Gavin Rothenburger. Art Direction by Adam Price
Cyclist: Fabio Aru
Illustrations for Cyclist magazine's Felix Lowe column, this one's about the Giro this year essentially being a battle between Vincenzo Nibali (the shark) Fabio Aru (the Knight)
Inspired by some of David Hockney's unique perspectives on landscape painting, I produced this black and white line landscape print.
Coding for Beginners: Using Python
I created a suite of characters and scenarios for 'Coding for Beginners: Using Python' published by Usbourne. Below is a selection of some of the characters
Cyclist: Looking ahead to 2017
Another one of my regular contributions to Cyclist magazine. This one's about looking ahead to 2017's cycling season
National Tile Day
6 Illustrations created for the first annual National Tile Day in the USA. Focusing on the various properties of tiles: Tiles are Durable, Versatile, Low Maintenance, Healthy, Resilient and Energy Efficient
Real Simple Magazine: How We Fall In Love
Infographic page for Real Simple magazine about the stages of falling in love. Art Direction by Alyce Jones
Time Out: New York vs LA
Illustration for Time Out magazine about LA vs New York
Property Week: Brexit
Cover illustration created for Property Week's Student Accommodation supplement about the effect of Brexit on student housing
Forest Curtain Backdrop
working with Alyson Cummins (Stage Designer) I created this backdrop, curtain as part of the set for 'The Gingerbread Mixup' play at the Lyric Theatre Belfast.
A little animation loop I made
British Library: Make-A-Map
These illustrations were made for the Make-A-Map guide booklets accompanying the Maps and the 20th Century exhibition at the British Library. Its a fascinating exhibition, well worth checking out. Thanks to John Overeem for art direction.
Waitrose Weekend: Home Smart Sensors
Piece for Waitrose Weekend magazine about smart phone home sensors
Variety Magazine: The Gotham Issue
Illustrated Cityscape of New York City for Variety magazine
Econundrum: Animation for CNN
Working with Matt Curtis and Rob Martin-Dale on this animation for CNN about the pro and cons of walking and cycling in polluted cities. Apparently the pros outweigh the cons even in the most polluted places, so get on your bike or go for a walk!
Cyclist: Short Length Rules
Another one for Cyclist magazine, this one is about correct short length issues for cyclists, apparently they are very specific about such things
Mercedes Benz 600
The Mercedes Benz 600 was the vehicle of choice for most psychopathic dictators
Institute of Physics: Hoardings
a series of hoardings to be placed around the site for the Institute of Physics' new building in Kings Cross, London
London Screen Print
Two colour screen print of some of London's more familiar buildings. Available to buy through my Etsy store. 50 x 70cm, limited edition of 100
Single colour screen print of our solar system. Printed on high quality white paper stock. Size 50cm x 70cm.
Cyclist: Facial Hair Rules
Illustration for Frank Strack's 'Rules' column in Cyclist magazine, This one's about the rules regarding facial hair in the world of cycling.
Houses of Parliament
I was commissioned by the Houses of Parliament to work on illustrations across a range of publications they produced. The aim was to inform people about it's history and explain some of the key ways in which Parliament functions. The aim was to create something more visually engaging than anything they had produced before, and to remind people that they have a voice and essentially, Parliament serves you.
PE Magazine: Cover
Cover illustration focusing on converting coal-fired power stations to run on biomass pellets from various sources such as crops and waste wood from manufacturing.
The Houses of Parliament
I provided a suite of illustrations for the Houses of Parliament, to be used across a range of publications and promotional material with the idea of creating a better understanding of how Parliament functions in the UK
Illustrations for the Cultivate festival in Walthamstow: Waltham Forest Council's Urban Food Growing Festival. This is the third year I have worked on it. The festival is put together by Artillery for Waltham Forest Council.
The Grapes of Wrath
The Grapes of Wrath is one of my favourite books, I have taken it upon myself to illustrate the intro paragraph to each odd numbered chapter. The odd numbered chapters deal with the situation at the time the book is set. The even chapters deal with the narrative of the Joad family. I thought it would be nice to concentrate on the odd numbers as they are sort of descriptive landscapes with commentary. But there are also parallels to be drawn between dustbowl era America and contemporary events. I will post each chapter illustration here as I do them over the coming months.
Google Doodle: Tax Dodgers
My idea for a Google Doodle.
Limited edition, hand-pulled, 3 colour, silk screen print of Camera Man Character: Printed on Colorplan Bright White 350GSM: Size B2 (520x780mm)
Wired Magazine: Podcast Top Picks
Three podcast-related spot illustrations for Wired UK.
Cover illustration for Choice magazine: Consumer guide supplement produced for the Irish Independent.
Epping Forest / A406
This B2 3 x colour screen print I produced was inspired by walks through Epping Forest, there is a point where you walk across a foot bridge over the A406 (North Circular) that cuts right through the forest. At various times, I have encountered all the creatures depicted here whilst walking the dog. Part of a limited edition of 100, hand printed by yours truly, on off-white textured 250GSM paper.
Waitrose magazine: Bistro@the station
a little news illustration for Waitrose magazine about a new service buy 'Bistro @ the station'. You can text your food order whilst on the train so it is ready for you when you arrive at the station.
Let There be Data
This timeline of key moments in the history of data was produced for the ODI (The Open Data Institute). Starting with the Library of Alexandria and ending at present day, by way of the Gutenberg printing press, Alan Turing's Stored programme computer and the invention of the World Wide Web.
Robert Allen Zimmerman
Financial Times: Property Investment
Illustration for piece in the FT about where best to invest your money in property
National Geographic: Africa
For a regular piece in National Geographic, this one is about positive and negative views held by people travelling to African countries
I realised the other day that I have been skateboarding for 26 years!
La Repubblica: Google Translate
Illustration for piece in La Repubblica about Google Translate
GQ Magazine: Bandanas
Spot illustrations for GQ magazine (US)
Large Male Chicken, or Moody Rooster? Notice the deliberately crude printing, no trapping, misalignment etc. But I always think thats half the point of hand printing as I like the interesting textures this produces. This 4 colour, hand pulled, screen print is available to by through My etsy store or click on the 'Shop' button at the top left of this web page
Cyclist Magazine: Frank Strack column
For Frank Strack's column in Cyclist magazine, where he responds to reader's questions. This one's about what to do when you don't feeling like riding your bike.
PE Magazine: Fracking Cover
Cover illustration for Professional Engineering Magazine, exploring the pros and cons of fracking.
Me and my dog
Cyclist: Cadel Evens
Regular illustration for the Felix Lowe column in Cyclist magazine, about Cadel Evans' imminent retirement
PE Magazine: Driverless Cars
Cover illustration for Professional Engineering magazine about driverless car technology and how it could, potentially, increase road capacity in UK cities.
created for the I H8 WAR project. Artists and designers against war or whatever... www.ih8war.com/
Cyclist: New Year's Resolutions
Drawing for Felix Lowe's column in Cyclist magazine about cyclist's New Year's resolutions
Cyclist Magazine: Hipster
Regular illustration for 'The Rules' column in Cyclist magazine, this one focused on the current trend for hipsters / fixed gear bikes.
Kaplan: German - English Oktoberfest
Oktoberfest Infographic showing German - English translations for Kaplan.
Cover illustration for Automotive Engineer magazine, about Formula E
GQ magazine: various spot illustrations
Various spot illustrations for GQ magazine, covering subjects such as, erectile disfunction, male breast cancer, personal fitness, prostate cancer... I seem to have become their go-to guy for penis drawings
The Marketer: Digital Focus
One of the regular illustrations I do for the 'Digital Focus' piece in the Marketer magazine
Heal's UK Supplier Map
Illustrated map of the UK showing various suppliers for Heal's. This went out as one side of a piece of Direct Marketing
Tony Hancock: The Blood Donor
This 3 colour screen print was created for the Work Christmas Party group exhibition on the theme of 'British Comedy'. Being a massive fan of Anthony Aloysius St John Hancock, I picked a line from the classic, 'Blood Donor' episode. Part of an edition of 35, available from http://shop.workchristmasparty.co.uk/
Poster illustration / design for local event for Walthamstow-based, independent businesses
Cyclist Magazine: Frank Strack Column
regular Illustration for Frank Strack's 'Rules' column in Cyclist magazine. This one's about the art of designing your team kit.
Illustration of our solar system, available NOW! as limited edition print, click image below. get em while they're hot!
Escape to Artillery Island
Poster and Bag illustration / design for Walthamstow event
Illustration for Completely London magazine about the current trend of sealed bidding in the property market. Focusing on a story of someone who took 1 pence off their child to increase their sealed bid by 1 pence.
BBC Global Audience Estimate 2014
Two minute animation explaining what the BBC World Service Group's Global Audience Estimate is, and it's findings for 2014, voiceover by the legendary Derek Griffiths...
Post Cycle Drinks
For 'The Rules' column in Cyclist magazine
peace be with you
Telegraph: Technology Section
Telegraph Technology section opening illustration, about tablet / mobile phone household control systems
will be doing some limited edition silk screen prints of these soon
Companies and the State: The Economist
I provided illustrations throughout this special report by the Economist about Companies and the State:
Cover Illustration and logo design for Cultivate festival of home grown food in Waltham Forest
Regular column illustration for Cyclist magazine UK about being over prepared.
PE Magazine Infographics
Infographic spread I produce each month for Professional Engineering Magazine
IBM Cloud Infographic
IBM infographic about Cloud Technology
Drones, very popular at the moment
The Profit Motive
Personal project, stuff I've been thinking about lately
GQ magazine: spot illustrations
spot illustrations for GQ magazine, male cancer statistics
Feast on the Green
Poster to promote the Feast on the Green event in Nunhead, which formed part of the Appetite food / art festival
Of Mice And Men
Illustration inspired by the book: Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck
3 colour, illustrated Animal ABC, learn your alphabet whilst learning about exotic animals such as the Uakari or the Vicuna! Available to buy! High quality digital print on Lumijet White Velvet – 268gsm. print trim size: 40cm x 50cm Part of a limited edition run of 100
FT: Boldness in Business 2013
I was asked to illustrate the cover and main features of the Financial Times’ Boldness in Business report 2013
Cyclist Magazine: Australian Edition
So it looks like I will also be doing a regular illustration for the Australian edition of Cyclist magazine. Here is the first one for Adam Scott’s column in which he compares cycling to golf
Tea for Two: Opening Tiltes
Tea for Two is a short film by Simon Drew, its currently having the finishing touches added to it, and will be available to view very soon. I was asked to put together an animated opening credit sequence, designed, animated… I even did the music for it, Its sort of a cross between Sergio Leone and 50s / 60s, Shepperton Studios comedy.
The Wright Brothers First Flight
This was a test illustration I worked up for a kid's pop-up book about the history of aviation. Ultimately, the publisher rejected it, but I still like it, might use it for something else?
Caspian Media website illustrations
Website illustrations for Caspian Media
Vanity Fair Travel: Height of Luxury
Thanks to Folio (my agent) for this job. 2 x illustrations in the current Vanity Fair Travel magazine, comparing the two luxury planes from Boeing and Airbus
Cyclist Magazine: Felix Lowe Column
Forgot to post this one I did couple of months back so am posting it now
Cyclist Magazine: Felix Lowe Column
Illustration for regular Felix Lowe Column in Cyclist magazine, talking about all the food he ate whilst out on a cycle ride
Cover feature and inside illustrations for Supply Management magazine
Finally got round to finishing this. Walthamstow is where I live, work and walk the dog, its a great place, so I thought i would celebrate this by illustrating it. Printed on Lumijet White Velvet – 268gsm, trim size is A2, the actual printed area is approx 30cm x 43cm wide. They are part of a limited edition run of 100
John Steinbeck Quotes
Project based on John Steinbeck quotes
Big Ride: Cyclist Magazine
For Frank Strack’s ‘The Rules’ column in Cyclist Magazine. “The Man with the Hammer is generally known in the Cycling community as someone to be feared. Certainly he should be feared for no meeting with him is taken without notice. The Man with the Hammer is also the guardian of the realm beyond the recreational cyclist; he controls passage into La Vie Velominatus where his fickle wife, La Volupté, lives.“
Lonely Planet Infographic
Infographic for Lonely Planet magazine about how the number of tourists is due to reach 1billion in 2012
Personal project inspired by Autumnal walks through Epping Forest
Wired: Master your own weakness
Illustration in Wired UK for the ‘How To’ section, focusing on willpower. I was also asked to do an animated version for the iPad edition. Click through images to view the animated version
Telegraph: Ski Maps
Series of 4 illustrated ski maps for the Telegraph Travel Section, in conjunction with Monarch airlines showing resort access from airports and recommendations from Chemmy
I have just finished this infographic section forming part of the new ‘Magabrochure’ produced in colaboration with Gatwick Airport, Jones Lang LaSalle and Redcow Creative Communications. This is being used as a retail magazine / letting brochure for prospective retail tenants for the huge regeneration of the Airport Terminals.
BBC Focus Magazine: Recognition
Article focused on how the different sexes see the world differently,
Cyclist Magazine: Felix Lowe column
Illustration for Felix Lowe's monthly column in Cyclist magazine
PE Magazine: 8 Questions
Every month I produce an infographic spread for Professional Engineering magazine.
Cyclist is a new magazine published by Dennis publishing. Every month, I will be illustrating Felix Lowe’s column documenting his first forays into the strange world of the cyclist, this is the first illustration.
Illustration for The Journal, (The official membership magazine of the Chartered Insurance Institute) for a piece about the new hours-based CPD scheme.
Sunday Times Magazine: Future Trends
Looking back on how we imagined the future 5o years ago and also looking 50 years into the future from now.
Piece about the growing financial needs of women
Cover illustration for the Association Event Planer
Cover and inside illustrations for this driving supplement, sponsored by Kia and Land Rover
Times Educational Suplement
Illustrations for cover feature for the Time Educational Supplement: focusing on how the labelling of children as having Special Educational Needs is often being used as an excuse for poor schooling.
FM World magazine cover
Illustration for FM World (Facilities Management) magazine cover about Cloud computing
PE Magazine cover
Cover illustration for PE (Professional Engineering) magazine.
Cover and feature illustration fro Real Deals magazine
Wired: Online Gambling
Illustration for comment piece in Wired magazine about inacurate figures relating to cyber crime
The Human Body
Illustration of Human body showing skeleton and organs
Various magazine spreads
regular infographic work for Which? magazine
Sometimes its good to lie
personal project, 'Sometimes its good to Lie'