Heatwave – digital collage artwork
Scorchio! The UK is set to experiencing a two-day heatwave this week with temperatures in some parts of the country expected to top 40 degrees, which will break the record for highest ever recorded temperature in this country. While it’s certainly very uncomfortable (our houses aren’t built for such hot weather), I’m not sure the…
Stranger Things Vintage Boxing Poster
I reworked my ‘Batman v Superman’ retro boxing poster as a Stranger Things ‘Eleven v Vecna’ showdown fight. Was anyone else a bit disappointed that they made Vecna the overall bad guy? He seems a bit lame and was scarier as a human.
Hairbitat No.3: The Monkeys – Digital Collage
Hairbitat No.2: The Beetles – Digital Collage
Hairbitat No.1: The Birds – Digital Collage
Sunburst – digital collage artwork
The bottom half of this image is from 1968 and was part of the ground-breaking Kodak Colorama campaign, 1950-1990, which depicted a wholesome, idyllic version of American life. This hugely successful advertising campaign found an amazing home in New York City’s Grand Central Terminal, where the panoramic images hung in the main concourse. For four…
Mordor-Tours – digital collage
If anyone is interested we will be running bus tours into Mordor this summer – don’t miss your chance to picnic on the plains in front of Mount Doom. The local Mayor has asked that visitors refrain from throwing jewellery into the fires of the mountain as it is clogging up the plumbing.
Sweet Oblivion – digital collage artwork
Not much to say about this one, just some kids queuing up, to leap to their doom in a giant swirling vortex. Or maybe they are going to a better place. Who knows?
The Day we lost Timmy – digital collage artwork
Put this together for my own amusement, combining a vintage Swiss tourism poster, a illustrated poster of Lake Grasmere and a pulp illustration of a Plesiosaur attacking a submarine crew. Once I was finished I began to feel really sorry for poor Timmy. 🙁
Speed Kills – digital collage artwork
I made this artwork by combining the sinister figures from a pulp sci-fi novel cover and a happy biker from a pleasant vintage tourism poster.