Wednesday, 19 January 2011


 Next Tuesday is the exhibition for UP IN THE AIR from this is something. My work was selected to be shown for the event, so I thought I would have a trip down to Bournemouth to see the finshed printed and framed article, and also meet the rest of the Collaborative.

I think I will print up some cheap business cards, as I never seem to have any on me at these kinds of events!

Enlarge the above image for more info on the exhibition happening at sixtymillionpostcards in Dorset on Tuesday 25th Jan.

Also here is a link to go and buy a print of the poster I created for the event :
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Thursday, 13 January 2011


This is a QR code, which is a relatively well known technology now,yet I still thought I would post one I generated for this blog. I saw in the metro today a photograph of someone scanning a QR code on a wall,which linked to a musicians site,and to purchasable products.

After seeing this today I download a QR creator,and made the above code, I think this is something I will start to include more in self promotion, and will add it into my upcoming YMCA publication.
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Monday, 10 January 2011


For the YMCA exhibition I recently posted about constructing a piece of work using flowers.  After doing some research, and through being forwarded some really interesting information by Alice Flight, who is the other lead artist showing.  The information related to under-represented nations whithin the Olympic Games, and that they do infact compete.

I have continued with this project, and developed a new direction for the work I will be exhibiting.  Throughout all the Olympic Games posters have been submitted and subsequently awarded gold, silver and bronze for their artwork, with the gold medalists work being adopted as the official olympic poster.

I intend on showing an 8 page publication, featuring edited posters, hacked olympic imagery, and re-adaptations of famous olympic texts and quotes.

A limited run of 100 copies of the publication will be available to take away on the opening night at the Chelsea Old Town Hall on February 5th 2011.


I have recently been putting together some work in response to the theme 'up in the air' thought up by the design and illustration collective This is Something, I began working on a piece titled 'my face blasted into space', I almost completed the hand rendered work,but didn't feel it was strong enough to stand out. Instead I rethought my approach,and decided upon this image, entitled drop/bounce/airtime!

I made the work using the program inkscape,with this work being my first attempt at using a scalable vector programme. Upon using this I will definitely be swapping PhotoShop for this from now on! Printed A2 editions of this work are available to buy on This is somthings's online shop, also more info on This is something and the forthcoming exhibition on the 17th Jan in Dorset can be seen at
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