Here's a couple of recent sketches. The first is roughly based on Alex Turner (in his capacity as a Last Shadow Puppet rather than an Arctic Monkey) and the other is just a couple of goons.
Wednesday, 29 October 2008
Tuesday, 28 October 2008
A canvas I produced on Saturday as part of the Sketch City/Future Savings live drawing event at Urbis in Manchester. All pieces are to be auctioned off with all proceeds going to Cancer Research.
A big hello to everyone I met there last weekend. What an unbelievably talented group of artists. I had a great time despite being in a muddy tent in the rain (not really my kind of thing. I like carpet).
Friday, 24 October 2008
Fancy a hoody that looks like I've drawn all over it? Then click here. Fancy a skateboard with one of me drawings on it? Then click here.
Sorry, this blog is a bit like QVC at the moment. Normal service will be resumed as soon as possible.
Tuesday, 21 October 2008
Monday, 20 October 2008
Following on from my recent excursions in "going places and drawing on stuff" I attended last night's Sketch City at the Contact Theatre in Manchester. A great night organised by Manchester's Upper Space collective. Great music from the Mouse Outfit and a DJ (whose name I didn't catch but played some Le Monde Fabuleux Des Yamasuki and Mulatu Astatke so I was happy) and some beautiful artwork. Most notably from the unfeasibly talented Hammo.
I drew a woman leaning out of a frame. Here she is...
Friday, 17 October 2008
Here's my contribution to October's DoodlePlanet - erm, an 18th century woman becoming entangled in some red octopus tentacles with DoodlePlanet written where it's head should be. Obviously!
DoodlePlanet is going from strength to strength and as from next year will be a monthly night. Top stuff. "Mad props" to the Setter Bros (and Heidi!) for making it such a success.
Monday, 6 October 2008
Sunday, 5 October 2008
Introducing the latest collaboration with my partner,(in every sense of the word), Louise AKA Felt Mistress. This is Professor Skeffington. He's a professor in Nautical Activities and an avid connoisseur of Aquatic Jazz (Thelonius Monkfish, Eric Dolphin, that kinda thing). He stands 30 inches tall, is made from fleece and comes in a combinations of orange, black and grey. £30 to you, squire. Available soon from Tokyo Jazz Panda in Chester and direct from the shop section of my website.