Monday, 3 February 2014


Today I visited Nick Hand in his studio to pick up a copy of 'Conversations on the Hudson'
A book by Nick about his journey down the Hudson river, and Craftspeople he met along the way.

I produced a series of tiny vignette illustrations for the book (A small selection above), depicting tools surroundings of the featured craftspeople, which sit alongside Nicks photography.

Its an inspiring little book, featuring transcribed interviews with very interesting people, and is available from Abrams & Chronicle Books

Sunday, 2 February 2014

LIFESTYLE EXPRESS - Colour Linocut Print
Now available for sale for £150
Please email for more details.. - very limited availability.
The print is from an edition of 30, and is 38cm x 50cm.

Thursday, 28 November 2013

October - Two colour Offset Lithograph
My miniprint for the UWE mini print show (on display and for sale in Foyles Bristol)

Monday, 25 November 2013

I had a really fun time last week at the Colomiers festival in France, exhibiting prints and originals with Rob Hunter, with a lot of help from Judith Taboy and Angela Francis from Nobrow.
It was a fantastic festival with some amazing publishers and artists, including (to name just a few favourites) .. Super-Lotto Editions, 2024, Les Machines, Vincent Pianina and many others...

Tiny Work in Progress

My original artwork for this years SPX programme guide has recently been added to the Library of Congress Comics Collection in Washington (Thanks to SPX director Warren Bernard).. Heres an article about the amazing collection at BleedingCool 

Wednesday, 11 September 2013

This is a new limited edition screen print that I will be selling at SPX this weekend.
I'l be at SPX in Washington this weekend! at table K8 and K9 (see above) with a whole bunch of Nobrow books, and a new limited edition screen print of my own. Come by and say hello if you're there... (Above is the programme guide that I designed for the event, which I think will also be available as a print).

Saturday, 27 July 2013

I was very excited to find out recently that an orchestral piece had been written and performed recently named after, and partly based upon my comic book Dockwood.
It was composed by Christopher Mayo for the Manchester Camarata, and Christopher has written a fascinating blog post about its creation HERE.