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
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”.
2011 is the Year of the Rabbit!
I’ve just sent off this sleepy baby panda over to the European Panda Press, a project started up by Mister Millerchip and Chris Nunn. You can read all about it on Mister Millerchip’s blog or go to Flickr to see all the other pandas.