Hairbitat No.3: The Monkeys – Digital Collage
Hairbitat No.2: The Beetles – Digital Collage
Hairbitat No.1: The Birds – Digital Collage
Swipe Right! Monsters need love Tinder profiles
Here’s my series of Tinder dating profiles (using cover art from Famous Monsters of Filmland magazine). Monsters need love too!
Star Wars films reimagined as Pulp Novels
I’ve been getting really into vintage pulp illustrations lately and came across the work of artist Timothy Anderson who reimagined the original Star Wars film trilogy as a series of pulp novels: The Purloined Plans, The Princess and the Scoundrel, and The Damsel of the Dune Sea. You can purchase prints of Timothy’s work (and…
I recently posted this series of images on Instagram, combining some of the happy imagery you find in 1950’s advertising, with some of the darker artwork you find on the covers of Pulp magazines and novels. DAYDREAM #1 DAYDREAM #2 DAYDREAM #3 DAYDREAM #4
Instagram ‘Your Art Here’ Challenge #2
I enjoyed the first ‘Your Art Here’ Instagram Challenge I took part in so much, I had another go – this time with a piece of artwork by Eryck Webb Graphics. You can see more of Eryck’s work here: http://www.eryckwebbgraphics.com
Instagram ‘Your Art Here’ Challenge
Just took part in a ‘Your Art Here’ Challenge on Instagram. Amazing illustrator Belle Dee (@belledee) provided the top half of a black cat and invited artists to finish the bottom half in their own style. I went for a cyborg cat design on the bottom with a porthole hatch to remove the dead mice….
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood Fake Movie Posters
I absolutely loved Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, but the thing I enjoyed most were the fake movie posters for the films Rick Dalton had made throughout his career and during his time in Italy. The posters by various artists including the great Renato Casaro (responsible for hundreds of classic movie posters including Conan…
Spooky Disco Poster and Leaflet
Just completed this poster and leaflet for my son’s school, Broadwater Down Primary School, for their end-of-term Spooky Disco. He joined in when I was drawing the poster and drew his own spooky bat – see if you can spot his contribution.