The Fred Aldous image that I created for the Manchester and Salford Illustrated (#MASI) exhibition has been featured in the latest issue of The Drum (Issue #21 – 28 Oct 2011).
The mini bio that accompanied it also mentions my previous work with Country Holidays for Inner City Kids and Manchester Girl Geeks.
The Drum is a trade magazine that reports on news related to the media and marketing industries. It’s great to see that they’ve provided coverage of this Wood Street Mission fundraising exhibition. Continue reading
Mother Pumpkin wailed in sorrow when she discovered that her sweet little babies had been sold and turned into pies!
My hand sketches rarely make it into the final illustrations. But today, I thought I’d take the time to experiment with a bit of digital painting.
New poster design for Science Jamboree! Continue reading
I used to think that the squirrels behind my house would hibernate over winter. But having watched them bounce tirelessly along the top of the walls and even through the snow, I now realise that they remain active all year round.
This is an illustration I submitted for the Manchester and Salford Illustrated (#MASI) exhibition, which is to raise funds and awareness for the Manchester based charity, Wood Street Mission.
MASI is a showcase of some of the very best commercial artists and illustrators in the area. The brief was to answer the statement: “What does Manchester Mean to You”.