Saturday, 26 November 2011

It Just So Happens I Have Many Concerns


I could spend hours watching Damien Jurado youtube clips. This one is a real heart breaker.

Monday, 14 November 2011

Seen and Unseen

I was kindly asked to take part in this exhibition. It's a collection of illustrators and designers drawing processes and usually unseen drawings. I love looking through people's sketchbooks but find it a totally stressful when people look through mine. They're a bit of a window to your soul. Please excuse my shopping lists and failed diet plans...



Image by Mike O’Shaughnessy


Private View:
Thursday 17th November

5 pm - 8 pm
And then until 8th December


ADA Gallery, Liverpool School of Art
L3 5RD

Curated by Illustration lecturer, Mike O’Shaughnessy, SEEN & UNSEEN is an exhibition of drawing and sketchbooks within Illustration and Design practice at Liverpool School of Art & Design, including commissioned work, preparatory drawings, 
authorial concepts and research ideas from alumni and staff.

Contributors include:

DAVID HAND

 / SAM WIEHL / 

WILL DAW

 / ADAM PAXMAN

 / GILL SMITH / 

KATEY-JEAN HARVEY

 / ERIN PETSON / 

PETER BAILEY

 / MAISIE PLATTS / 

PAUL DAVIDSON / IAIN FOXALL / 
ROB LATIMER

 / CHRIS RODENHURST / CHRISTOPHER BROWN

 / LUCY McLAUGHLAN / 

JONATHAN HITCHEN

 / CRAIG ROBSON / 

JULIA MIDGELY

 / EMILY ALSTON / 

KENN GOODALL / 

ANDREW WIGHTMAN

 / WILL SWEENEY / 

AL MURPHY

 / JON SPENCER

 / IAN MITCHELL / 

CECILIA GARSIDE / MICHAEL O’SHAUGHNESSY

Sunday, 13 November 2011

The Laundry Room





I recently designed the logo for an amazing pop-up shop project called The Laundry Room that's happening on the first weekend in December down by Spitalfields, East London. Lots of other designers and makers will be there selling their bits and bobs including the brilliant Dan Hillier. Come do a little Christmas shopping and support local makers.

The Hackney Doula

A while back the very lovely Rebecca aka The Hackney Doula asked me to do a bit of branding for her website and some postcards for her services. As they went down so well, I was asked to do another. The idea was to have a slightly tongue-in-cheek and categorically un-hippy take on home birthing.

Tuesday, 1 November 2011

Beautiful Friends


For the lovely Katie Coward of Shake Up Make Up fame. I highly recommend this lady, she does wonderful hair nails and makeup.. and isn't bright orange and intimidating. If you're based in North/East London... take a look at her beautiful site www.katiecoward.co.uk or come see her this Saturday at the Vintage Charity Fete over at Hunbury Hall by Spitalfields Market. Details here