Monday, December 5, 2011


Excuse the ornithology pun but I have moved to a new blog which you can find here at Please come and find me!

Tuesday, July 26, 2011


Mountain Rider
This was part of a print series produced by myself and fellow PUCK member Robbies Brown Shoes for Tokyo Fixed at the Hyper Japan event in the Olympia. It is obviously inspired from Japanese ukiyo-e prints and we went with the Risograph printing process to create a similar woodblock effect. The Samurai is riding a track frame based on the legendary Japanese frame builder Nagasawa.

Tuesday, May 31, 2011


I'm loving this Justice video for 'Civilization', the colours and saturation remind me of the old Transformers and Gundam animations, or any of the late 80s / early 90s anime that featured an unnamed rocky desert for that matter.

Friday, May 27, 2011


In 1984 Geof Darrow and Moebius hooked up to produce a portfolio of prints named La Cite Feu. I just found an example on flickr, checkit.

Babycrow x

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


Audience Calibration Procedure from Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery on Vimeo.

This game for the iPad looks awesome. It is soon to be release for the iPhone and I will certainly be making a purchase. The style of the whole thing reminded me of Robbie's Brown Shoes which is definitely a good thing!

Thursday, March 17, 2011


Currently Showing work with my PUCK Collective at the Pick Me Up event at Somerset house. Over the course of the ten days we will be producing a daily newspaper that collects some of our inspirations and sketches into a handy little tome and will be doing live screen printing of tshirts and tote bags on the two late night thursday openings. I'm also going to be bringing my gocco printer down in the week so if you've ever wondered how they work and can't be bothered with youtube then come and check it out. Its a great show and absolutely packed with amazing artists, well worth the entrance fee and a perfect place to go and collect a few pieces for your walls. We have a load of prints for sale at most reasonable prices!

Sunday, March 13, 2011


A few members of PUCK put their heads, bodies and legs together in order to contribute to a charity consequences event, GO RED! You can go onto the website and play with the options then buy a print for charity. Proceeds go to Richard House, a purpose built children’s hospice in east London. The PUCK ensemble is pictured above.Richard House is a purpose built children’s hospice in east London.