Wednesday, 24 November 2010

Goods for sale

I will be selling my new zine 'Science Fiction Ladies' at the Alternative Press Fair this Sunday for £2.50. The zine ties off the body of work I produced over the summer and comes with six stickers. Also to get in a festive mood, I received my printed cards when I got in from work yesterday! I will be selling these for £5.50 for a set of 5 at the fair and have a small amount available to sell for £1.50 each.

I have five sets of signed digital prints on sale at Tenderproduct in Cecil Court for the Christmas season - Scully, Ripley, Leia, Barbarella and Aunty Entity, retailing at a price of £18 - so pop down and get one if you like or perhaps as a present for someone you know. Tenderproduct's Print Launch is this Saturday, 2-6pm.

Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Shea Alchemy

Kitchen Chemistry illustration for an Amelia's Magazine interview with Shea Alchemy founder Sally Mumford featuring the work of illustrators Cat Palairet, Charlotte Hoyle, Alison Day, Jess Gurr, Karina Yarv and myself.

Coincidental Happenings

A very nice post from Gerlin about my work -

Saturday, 13 November 2010

Christmas cards...

From the top - Making a Wish stirring the Christmas Pudding, Christmas Stocking, Putting the Lights Up, Christmas Carolling and Caught Wrapping Presents.
Is it too early to post this?! Not sure, but since I'm getting them printed this week, thought I'd put them up on here. Selling packs of 5 for £6.50 (that includes postage and packaging) so if you'd like a set, give me an email and we will sort something out.
(Update - 21/12/2010 - Sold out!)

Sunday, 7 November 2010

Saturday, 6 November 2010

Illustration Rally - Halloween

A little late, but my illustration for DrunkenWerewolf was featured as part of Illustration Rally's Halloween posts on here - - which is managed by illustrator Natsuki Otani. It's a blog worth checking out.

Thursday, 4 November 2010

Naked Mole Rat

Portrait of the Queen for an Amelia's Magazine post featuring the work of illustrators Paul Shinn, Abi Daker, Gareth A Hopkins, Stacie Swift and myself.