F, Fish in Fulham // The Loop
I recently created this 2 colour risograph print of a fishmongers in Fulham for The Loop. It’s part of an illustrated alphabet series, where a whole bunch of talented illustrators have related an animal to an area of London beginning with their chosen letter.
Head over to their website for more details and to see the rest of the series.
Thanks to Ellie and Claudia at The Loop!
Lower Cost, Limited Choice // The New York Times
Quick turnaround last night for today’s piece in The Upshot.
The article is about how patients choice of doctors and hospitals can be limited by health plans.
George by Numbers // Telegraph Magazine
I got to illustrate this double-page feature of key facts about Prince George’s first year for last weekend’s special edition of the Telegraph Magazine!
I’ve illustrated a double page spread for this week’s Telegraph Magazine! Happy birthday Prince George #illustration #telegraph
Little White Lies // Children Of Men
I had the chance to illustrate one of my favourite films of all time, Children of Men, for the latest issue of Little White Lies.
A little later in the month, this image, along with 9 other original artworks based on post apocalyptic movies, will be part of an exhibition at 71a Gallery in London and sold as high quality A2 prints. Keep an eye out for more info.
Big thanks to Timba Smits and the guys at TCOLondon.
Here’s my space at the D&AD New Blood exhibition. Come and have a look if you’re around! #illustration
Navigating the New Publishing World // The New York Times
NEW YORK. NEW YORK.
Here’s an illustration for today’s Letters page. The letters discuss where publishing is right now, between e-books and print.
You can read the article HERE.
Double page spread in Nobrow 9 - It’s Oh So Quiet @nobrowpress
The AOI Illustration Awards 2014
I’m very excited to have been awarded the Editorial New Talent category winner in the The AOI Illustration Awards! Huge thanks to The AOI and Nicholas Blechman at The NY Times.
'This illustration was commissioned for The New York Times Book Review and accompanied an article reviewing Dennis Bock’s novel, ‘Going Home Again’. The story follows a man that spends a strange year at home, in Canada, after separating from his wife in Madrid. The image depicts the secluded and contemplative scene of him travelling back home alone, whilst also involving the Canadian flag, in order to communicate the subtle questions of identity raised in the article.'
To read more about the process and see all the other great work that won (including two other Falmouth graduates - Katie Ponder and Will Grill), click here.
The Falmouth degree show is up! Here’s a picture of my space. If you’re in town tonight, head over to the private view at 6pm on the Woodlane campus!
Look what the postman delivered yesterday… The whole identity for the Bradford International Film Festival. Thank you Fozia for sending all of this! #illustration
Here’s a full page illustration that I had fun working on for the latest issue of WIRED. It’s for the opening page of the How-To section, with this article giving tips on how to ‘ace a ted-style talk’.
A little over a week ago I finished University… Here is a flamboyance of Flamingos to celebrate!
I had the pleasure of working on this piece for the latest Plansponsor magazine, on the importance of advice and explaining plans.
I’m in some great company in this magazine, with brilliant illustrations by boyounkim, dadushin and jooheeyoon, among many others.
Thanks to SooJin!