how many calories in cardboard?

Just thought I'd chuck up a few pics of my latest designs. They will be on display in London this week, 15th-19th Business Design Centre N1. Get your peepers down there!

orange hat

Individual hand printed t-shirts and several hand printed bags. All soon to be available for purchase...woop!

degree show

when the banker returned, his boots were always filthy

An image based on Jerry Cruncher a character from Charles Dickens A Tale of Two Cities. By day a runner for Telsons Bank, by night Cruncher would earn extra income as a resurrection man. The image was also used for one of my t-shirt designs...coming soon!

big brother is watching you

A silkscreen image for a t-shirt based on the Ministry of Truth in George Orwell's 1984.

the modern prometheus

A book cover for Mary Shelley's Frankenstein or The Modern Prometheus as it was first titled. Frankenstein was a reaction to the industrial revolution and the authors fears that man may one day strive to create life. The piece started as a book cover, but ended up as a large silkscreen on canvas. 

On display at degree show.


A silkscreen print for an NSPCC campaign to make people more aware of child cruelty. 

very novel

A selection of characters taken from famous literature reinterpreted for the 20th century.

Dexter. Darkly Dreaming Dexter.

Mrs Havisham. Great Expectations

The unknown seamstress. A Tale of Two Cities. 

play ping pong please

YCN entry for Butterfly brief asking for a printed campaign to get more people playing ping pong. This is one in a series of ping pong players recreated as a pastiche of a famous boxer. The hope was to bring some of the glitz, glamour and showmanship of boxing into the sport of ping pong. Each character is silkscreened onto a top trump style card and accompanies a small flick book of each player. 

oooh what a smoothie!

My entry to the D&AD awards responding to the brief for an 'outdoor advertising campaign' which would help attract a younger target market and get people drinking PJ Smoothie's.