29 June 2011

New prints in the shop

I've just had a batch of new prints land on my desk courtesy once again of Rik at Ripe Digital. Digitally printed on a Tintoretto Gesso 250gsm stock you could be forgiven for thinking they were litho printed. The quality is second to none and they are going for just £15 an A3 through my shop. Edition of 50, snap em up whilst they last.

20 June 2011

Painting for Sublime Bar, Bristol

Been a while since I got down and dirty with some paint. I was asked, along with a good friend of mine to paint the front of the bar at the Sublime Bar. The brief was completely open and required a bright and playful piece. We decided to create a patterned piece with some elements from the bar and local area.

Always good to get back to the hands of approach and nice to have a happy client at the end of it. Watch this space for more from us and Sublime Bar.

16 June 2011

Quad Bike prints

Had a batch of prints land on my desk this morning, printed by the lovely folk at Ripe Digital.
Printed digitally on a textured 240 GSM Indigo stock, the colours have come out perfectly and they look ace. Going to be sending these out to a few folk and selling them through my site.
If you'd like to get your paws on one then do let me know.
They're going for £15 plus p&p. Get in touch.

Fixed & What Sneak-a-Peak

I've just completed an illustration for the new Fixed Gear bike London publication
Fixed & What.
The second issue of the newsprint printed magazine launches on 25th June in London at Look Mum No Hands. If you're in London, make sure you go check it out. More here.

6 June 2011

Crack Magazine

The chaps at Crack Magazine kindly asked if I would like to create an illustration for their centre spread and I was only to happy to oblige. Being a big fan of bikes, and knowing the strength of the cycling community in Bristol, I thought it only right that I create a piece that encapsulated that community spirit. Printed digitally on a 45gsm newsprint stock, the piece has come out really well and I'm dead chuffed with the results.

Big thanks to Tom and Jake at Crack Magazine. Be sure to visit their site for all things
Crack related.