Daughter Poster

One of my favorite bands at the moment is the incredible ‘Daughter’. Check out some of their songs here.

I was lucky enough to be bought some tickets for their upcoming Leeds gig, taking place in January next year.

So naturally, I decided to make them a screen print to advertise the gig, in the hope that they might see it, and maybe even like it enough to use it! (scroll down for more pictures)
The poster is inspired by their new single ‘Smother’ and depicts a woman with many arms, draped around a man; basically smothering him. I choose a simple colour scheme to fit in with the album cover of the single. The illustration took about 2 days and was created on Illustrator, and it took about 3 hours to screen print.

If anyone from ‘Daughter’ is reading this; if you like it, you are more than welcome to a couple of copies, and I’d be honored if you’d consider using it to advertise the gig. The screen print shows details of the Leeds gig, but I have a digital copy that can be changed to say anything.





Another quick illustration of a load of TV’s. I was just kind of messing around with a really simple vector I’d made of an old TV and it went from there.

What do we know?

Quick screen print I did last night. Going to try and do a much more ambitious one next week!

It’s a quote by Thomas Edison.

The Walking Dead

Following the work I posted a couple of days ago, here’s a poster for another great TV Show; ‘The Walking Dead’

I’m trying to focus on working with a limited colour palette at the moment; this piece is a four colour print.

Breaking Bad

I’m a little late, but I’ve finally discovered the wonderful Breaking Bad. What a show!

I decided to create a poster for the show. It’s only 3 colours because I’m hoping to be able to screen print it at some point over the next few weeks. Even if I don’t though, I’m really happy with it; not least because its a break from the style of work I’ve been doing lately.

Hope you like it!

Here today, gone tomorrow…

Quick post of an etching I did. I call it “Here today, gone tomorrow”.

The Queen

Long time, no post! I’ve been busy with placements (by the way feel free to offer me another one; I’m currently unemployed!), and went away for a week but have now returned super refreshed!

A few weeks ago I was again lucky enough to do another illustration for Amelia’s Magazine; this time based around the Queen and the Jubilee.

I had a great time doing these; I just wanted them to be very simple, true to life, and reflect three different views of The Queen. Firstly I showed her smiling, secondly I showed her a bit younger with a determined expression and thirdly I showed her staring into the distance looking contemplative.

I decided to present the work as if it was on a stamp. with a simple bit of typography noting the jubilee.

The finished work is below as well as three extra pieces showing the individual illustrations.


As I previously mentioned; I was lucky enough to be able to do an illustration for Amelia’s Magazine.

Amelia was doing an interview with Norwegian Band Katzenjammer about their new album which has just been released in the UK.

The brief for this was very open; which is both a great luxury and sometimes very difficult!

After listening to some of their songs, I very much liked their single “I will dance (when I walk away)” so I based my piece around that. I created four portraits of the band members and then an illustration of some boots. The girls are obviously fond of their fashion and I thought a pair of high boots was a good representation of both the band and the song. Finally I put it together as a poster. Below are the four portraits on their own, and the final A4 poster (the one over at Amelia’s Magazine is a square version.) You can read the full interview here.

Another page from ‘The Old Man and the Robot’

Just finished another page from the story I’m illustrating; ‘The Old Man and the Robot’

It’s about half finished now;


Featured in Amelia’s Magazine

Over the next few days, a piece of my work will be featured on the blog ‘Amelia’s Magazine’.

It was a really great little project to do but I’ll write more about it when she posts.

Until then here’s a little part of the finished illustration;



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