Tuesday, 13 December 2011


The lovely Carrie and Clare from made in the shade organised a festive shindig at the lighthouse last saturday and invited me to host a pop-up cinema! It was lots and lots of fun and we had lots of shopped out dads and kids watching animation and munching on the popcorn provided (and popped) by Sarah!

Belle and Sebastian bookmarks!

I was asked by Belle and Sebastian to create some illustrated leather bookmarks from the characters from the 'I Didn't see it Coming' remix animation

I have a very few left in my shop

but fear not book lovers! There are plenty in the Belle and Sebastian shop

Wednesday, 7 December 2011

Pop Up Cinema this Saturday!!

Hello! I am hosting a pop-up cinema at the Lighthouse THIS saturday as part of the Made in the Shade Holiday Hullabaloo! I and lots of other lovely folk will be selling some lovely things for under your christmas tree, but if all that christmas shopping is just too much why not pop along and enjoy some animated treats! above is a little selection of what will be playing!

Monday, 5 December 2011

wrap wrapped!

here's a quick post my design for wrap magazine wrapped! You can get yourself a copy here

Monday, 28 November 2011

concertina cards!

two new greetings cards now available from my etsy store! a long concertina airmail card and a double sided knight card with a badge!

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Artisic.ly Launch

The QR knights actually started life as two exclusive prints for artisic.ly. Artisic.ly's aim is to get prints out of tubes and drawers and onto walls! This means that Artistic.ly’s limited edition prints will only be available pre-framed and ready to hang. Each order will be hand numbered, debossed with the Artistic.ly seal and limited to editions of just 50. All Artistic.ly framed limited editions will cost £125 with free delivery to anywhere in the world.

The two smiling knights (night day and knight night) I created are designed to be hung as a pair and you can choose either a white or black frame for your print!

To celebrate the launch of the initiative there was an exhibition at the Truman Brewery in London last thursday! Thanks to Joe Rogers for the photo! (Joe also has some nice prints on artisic.ly)

Monday, 7 November 2011

QR army

an army of QR code knights! Just scan the code on the horses rump andyou are transported to my website!

Wednesday, 2 November 2011

festive patterns

trying to get on with a festive commission from selvedge magazine....here's some sneak peeks...

the giveaway winner was Felt Mistress (check out her stuff...amazing!) thanks for entering there will be more soon!

Tuesday, 25 October 2011

Halloween Makeover

Two of my prints have had a bit of a halloween makeover. The first was my Brian Wilson poster which has had a bloody transformation for rabbit portal's Dead Good Halloween art show at the Test Space in Leeds.

Pegasus has also been given an evil twist for the Gossip Wolf Supernatural exhibition at Evolution House in Edinburgh on the 31st October . This is to celebrate the launch of the first Gossip Wolf collective project - a set of 'supernatural' 2 colour screenprinted postcards.

Don't forget you can win an original Pegasus in my giveaway

Sunday, 23 October 2011


Special giveaway time! As far as I am concerned everyone needs a flying horse! To win Pegasus all you need to do is visit my shop and tell me what your fav item is....

I will pick a random winner next week....

Friday, 14 October 2011


I was so excited to be included in issue three of Wrap. Wrap is a magazine BUT it's pages are also designed to be used as wrapping paper (read wrap, wrap wrap) Personally I think you could also just display the art on your wall ....but if you want your presents to be extra special this christmas I would buy yourselves a few copies!

I was especially excited because my favourite knitware designer Donna Wilson was also included in this issue! Above you can see my contribution (Kings in the Forest) and a snap shot of the wonderful cover by Josephin Ritschel

Monday, 3 October 2011

Digital Arts

Myself and Bruce Cameron created this galloping pink king for a Digital Arts Magazine tutorial! You can animate your very own king....just pick up a copy of the mag!

Wednesday, 28 September 2011


I feel very lucky to now be in possession of one of Ben Newman's Mask screenprints from his solo show at NoBrow. I chose the mask with the pencil through the nose as I thought it looked like the mask of an illustration demon.

I like to think that my studio is now under the protection of Ben's tribal magic and that only good things will now occur.....if instead an evil curse comes upon my work you will also know who to blame!

Monday, 26 September 2011

Mary Katrantzou

I only managed to illustrate one collection for Amelia's Magazine this fashion week....but it was my fav Mary Katranzou whose graphic prints are amazing to illustrate. Read Matt Bramford's review here and have a browse through all the other LFW action there too.