Thursday, 14 August 2014

Bits and Pieces

Here are a few prints I've been working on recently: 'A' for Amsterdam for my alphabet cities, and maps of London and New York. All will be available to buy via my 'Not on the High Street' shop (coming shortly)! 


'A' is for Amsterdam


London

New York

Monday, 14 July 2014

A to Z of Cities

This is a current little something I'm working on; I plan to create a series of prints based around the first letter of a city. Each letter will feature little illustrated elements that represent the chosen place. So far I've finished London and Barcelona.




Over the summer I intend to collate them all into a small book. They'll also be available to purchase online... watch this space!







Central America



I've just finished working on a print in response to my recent trip to Central America. It's 4 colours and predominately typography based, featuring places visited and activities undertaken. It was great fun to create- especially as each place explored fed a stream of little stories in my head. I'm also really pleased with the colour scheme on this one- they compliment each other well.

Original sketch below


Den Haag take 2

Apologies on behalf of my poor neglected blog! I've gotten in the habit of updating more frequently on my Facebook page

However, this will be rectified! A string of updates to follow...

Here's my completed 2 colour screen printed map of The Hague, Netherlands. 



Sunday, 4 May 2014

Bon Voyage

Well, tomorrow I'm off on a whistle stop adventure of Guatemala, Belize and the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico! Expect to see some new work inspired by my travels when I get back. See you in a couple of weeks!

Monday, 31 March 2014

Den Haag

A current work in progress- a commissioned map of Den Haag in the Netherlands. All ready for colour sheets and prep!


Thursday, 27 February 2014

Pattern Pattern Pattern


This was a sample of a digital pattern I designed to use on some privately commissioned cards. It's not something I've really worked with much before, but I really enjoyed putting it all together. I definitely want to keep experimenting and working with pattern- both digital and screen printed. Keep your eyes peeled for more of this in the future!