I’ve been working with an American client recently on a few different stories. This one tells the take of Bandido, a highwayman who gets left out for the crows by the local sheriff and his hero horse El Cid.
I’ve recently been working with an Australian client who feels he is being unfairly treated by the Australian governments regulatory bodies. Here are some of the images I’ve created for him to draw attention to his plight.
Two and One
I was recently asked to illustrate the story of a woodcutter and his wife who are granted three wishes. When given a bowl of beetroot soup he mistakenly wishes he could just eat something nice like a sausage for once. Upon the appearance of the sausage on his plate his wife exclaims that she wishes the sausage would hang from his nose, a feeling immediately thrown back by the woodcutter and hence we end up with the sorry state of affairs that I have drawn up.
The story appears in “The Seed & Other Fairy Tales” by Joseph Hillenbrand which is available for your Kindle now from Amazon.
Jack Vance’s Adventure - The Boston Globe
Working again for The Boston Globe I was asked to illustrate a piece about Jack Vance, famous Fantasy and Sci-Fi author, who died on 26th May this year.I thought it appropriate to have him being lofted skyward by some of his creature creations on his final journey. The Black and White piece ran in print and the colour version online.
No longer Reservoir Dogs, but Reservoir Dawgs! Bow Wow!
Following the recurrent theme in my work of creating human/animal hybrids this parody illustration was only a matter of time in the making.
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