Hand painted gallery signs using acrylic for Gallery No.32 in prep for their Winter Sculpture Park in February 2021.
Digital portrait printed onto 300 gsm textured fine art paper with hand painted lettering and border in gold ink for home pub.
Creating a collection of gift
greetings cards, note cards, notepads, gift bags and wrapping paper. They are open to any graphic/ illustrative style, patterns, painterly illustrations, lettering and design that feature characters or use humour. I could name my collection and show how it can all sit together, so that it is ready to go to market. The collection must include:
2 x Single greetings cards: size 137 x 210 mm, 1 x Boxed Note Card set: size 110 x 132 mm, 1 x Gift Bag: size 267 x 330 mm, 1 x Pattern for wrap and 1 x Notepad cover.
My Collection was inspired by the wild fires in Australia that were happening whilst I was designing the collection. 10% of the profit from the sale of this collection will go towards charities helping people and animals recover from the natural disaster.
Click here to read more about my research behind the project.
This project was inspired by the blog "Bones Don't Lie' which investigates the symbolism and rituals around death. Focusing particular on 18th-19th Century Gravestone symbolism in the UK. The final piece is inspired by a trip to Abney Park Cemetery which is one of the magnificent seven cemeteries in the UK. The image is a culmination of the different symbolism and gravestones I photographed whilst at the cemetery, and drawing using procreate to create a digital print, hand finished with gold ink.
The piece is 40cm x 69.3cm and available to purchase, please enquire if interested.
More information about the project is available through my blog.
'We like cheese on our pizza's but not in our films'
The Scene Stealers Collective was founded by students at the London College of Communication, who are all inspired by the great TV shows and films to create original art pieces that film fanatics will recognise. I am lucky enough to be a part of the Scene Stealers Collective Committee, and work with the founders and other committee members to help great new briefs for Collective members, as well as organising and curate exhibitions within the college and externally. As well as being part of the committee I have also created work myself as you can see bellow.
Working with The Long & Short of It Productions to create promotional images for their social media, flyers and posters for their debut show at Brighton Fringe, 'All Men Must Sing' in 2019. Adjusting the initial Facebook cover photo image to fit the different requirements for flyers, posters and Brighton Fringe leaflets.
A project exploring the history of the circus and its definitions; exploring how the development of new technologies and social media have affected animal welfare.
Particularly focusing on the docu-series Tiger King. Creating posters for instagram to help encourage viewers to over look the relationship between Joe Exotic and Carole Baskin and think more about the big cats welfare. The poster images can also be used on jumpers or tote bags with the proceeds of sales going towards animal welfare charities.
More about this project can be seen on my blogs under 'The Circus'