An illustration for a feature on The Pulp Zine based on the theme of Skin
A crop from Summer stuff I’ve been working on - brought to you from a distinctly un-Summery office desk
Crop - WIP - Smut ;)
I’ve printed a new full colour BIG A4 zine including recent work and a 4 page comic. It’s a limited first run of 30, each signed and editioned :D
Online copies sold out, you can pick up a copy at Gosh Comics
meat your maker
Looking forward to selling new work/zines at the Alternative Press Fair next Sat May 10th at Bishopsgate - more info here
Super talented illustrator Laura Callaghan hand drew our Issue Five type - check out her brilliant blog here - lauracallaghanillustration.tumblr.com
Yesterday’s makeup and other bad beauty decisions illustrated over on Refinery29
I drew a comic about finding true love in a digital age
I’ll be selling prints, cards and a *new* Fancy zine at the Crafty Fox Market in Bussey Building, Peckham this Sunday 13th April. I’ll also have reprinted copies of Fancy 1! Details can be found here
WORK IN PROGRESS
Can you tell he’s saying something douchey in panel 8? Because he’s saying something douchey in panel 8.
I was asked by Steve McCarthy to take part in the ‘Souvenir : Homecoming’ poster show/art trail happening in Dublin this Sunday 16th March.Artists were asked to respond to the phrase ‘are you coming or going’. Mine is based on living as an Irish artist in London where lots of great and exciting things are constantly happening but where it’s easy to feel on the periphery. There’s a tiny self portrait in the bottom right hand corner.Details of the exhibition are below, if you’re in Dublin it’s an opportunity to see some great work and maybe snag a bargain
SOUVENIR x OFFSET : HOMECOMING5 locations, 10 artists, 300 prints in 100 minutesstarting at 3pm on sunday 16th of march.The “SOUVENIR : HOMECOMING” poster show, an art trail only faster.We asked 10 artists to think about home, the one they left behind or the one they’re making, and then interpret the phrase “are you coming or going” the 10 posters created will be exhibited two by two in a call and response style in 5 of Dublin’s most beautifully designed independent businesses.Starting at Clement and pekoe on south william street and finishing at Tamp & Stitch in temple bar with a specially created food menu and home-brew presented by Gruel Guerilla.