A series of vector illustrations done for a client a couple months back. Unfortunately they were rejected further down the line. I had so much fun doing the microscope though!
Sunday morning - this weekend was a long one
My submission for the branding of this year’s MA Sequential Design / Independent Research course (Brighton University). I decided to keep the composition simple but also convey an image of diversity and development.
…looks like this is how I am going to be remembered in the graduation catalogue this year
Yesterday after work I went down to Hove lawns to have some lunch in the sun. Because of the bank holiday there were packs of people down. I had to have my Big Mac meal a mile and a half away from where I had originally planned - first world problems!
As many (or a few handful who follow me) might have noticed that my blog has been rather silent the last few months. Work has bogged me down and sadly I haven’t been doing much drawing.
Recently I was invited by a friend to come along to Drawing Club which takes place in the Cricketers; a pub in the Laines (Brighton). I could only stay for just over an hour and managed to get a few drawings done before I left. Instead of trying to meticulously draw people, I decided that I could capture the hum drum of the small pub in a different way.
Below that are some sketches I managed to squeeze in before I went into the David Bowie exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum. It was a 15 minute wait so they are quick drawings done in water colour crayonsn thi(HIGHLY recommend them). Sadly there was no sketching allowed inside the Bowie exhibit.
Here’s a new piece for this week’s theme “A”
So I guess I’ve decided to breathe life back into what I had started a couple of years ago. A zine that quietened down after only 1 and a half issues (shameful I know). Lets see how long I can keep it alive this time; Viva 6 Page Party!