Thursday, May 21, 2009


Completed the second single design just as the first single is released. You can download it from Monday the 18th May from all good Online retailers and its going to be just 50p on You can also pre order a 7" Vinyl from I saw the printed 7" at their launch night and it looks pretty swede!
The new single 'Burst its Banks' is a darker, punchier track and has a sexy element to it which I have tried to convey here. Its a great track and I have loved listening to it whilst working on the design and get a real buzz when I hear it live. Get to one of their shows if you can, it certainly is a spectacle worth seeing..

Monday, May 11, 2009


A short comic produced for Alexis Ziritt who has a table at the New York Comics Convention this year. All the characters are his but this short story is written and drawn by me.

Working with sequential art is a labourious and time consuming process, I get quicker at it with every completed page but the challenges it throws up for pacing and storytelling and the amount of research you have to do for reference makes it an intimidating task. That said, its fantastically satisfying and a labour of love.

There are little tricks and visual tools that I have been picking up from my comic creator heroes like Paul Pope and Geof Darrow and I'm surrounded by a pile of comics for inspiration whilst I'm working. Although it is important to refer to the work of my peers and learn from their experience, I look forward to the time when I can 'think' about it less and put more focus into the pace and flow of this unique storytelling medium. The last short comic I produced took me at least twice as long as this to complete and had less going on in the panels so hopefully that's a good sign.

The main character in this story is named Tuerto (one eye) who is up against fascist future robot police, gangsters, mutants and a post apocalyptic Venezuelan wasteland.. good luck with that Tuerto.


Friday, May 8, 2009


A rough working of the next Kill It Kid promo, Burst Its Banks.


Entry for the type tart project. more info here,65,0,0,1,0

Wednesday, May 6, 2009


Holla, here is the blurb for the Power in Numbers private view. Come one come all!

The opening
Thursday 7th of May from 7pm at Bodhi Art Gallery on Brick Lane (opposite the bagel shops). 48 artists each with an edition of 50 hand pulled and numbered screen-prints (including a few surprises). The soundtrack will be provided by the sound doctor Rob-Tronica. All of the prints are being sold for £20 - we can only accept cash so bring a few notes with you! The show runs until the 27th of May 2009 - there are lots of events along the way - go to or to keep up to date with what is happening.

Artists in the show:
Alain Magallon / Alice Stallard / Camelia Dobrin / Brett One Side Zero / Charlotte Smith / Chris Floyd / Claudia Boldt / Dan Speight / David Gibbons / Emma Vorster / Emmi / Haruka Shinji / Heejohng Chae / Ivan Mayorquin / Jake Blanchard / Jez Burrows / Jim Smith / Josephine Spencer / Luke James / Marc Stewart / Mark McClure / Maxwell Harrison / NaĆ­ma Almeida / Niko / Patrick Savile / Peter James Field / Peter Stitson / Raymond Wong / Rose Stallard / Royal Glamsters / Sara Nesteruk / Sichi / Splendidhand / Stephen Chan / Steve Price / Steven Emmanuel / Stuart Chatman / Tom Baxter / Trisha McNally / Wayne Chisnall / Yann Brien / Austin from New / Random Boy / Ministry of Love / Baldrick Buckle

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