Category Archives: Digital

Wake Up

I recently created a series of illustrations for London culture clothing label Snob Mob. The brief was pretty open to my interpretation. I decided to go down the mob’s wife route, showcasing that it isn’t the headman to pack a punch on the mob scene. I produced ‘Mob Bride‘ and ‘Wake Up‘ based on the films NightBreed and Blade Runner. Previous collaborations with the Snob Mob label include Mr Penfold and Matt Glasby.
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Mob Bride

I recently created a series of illustrations for London culture clothing label Snob Mob. The brief was pretty open to my interpretation. I decided to go down the mob’s wife route, showcasing that it isn’t the headman to pack a punch on the mob scene. I produced ‘Mob Bride‘ and ‘Wake Up‘ based on the films NightBreed and Blade Runner. Previous collaborations with the Snob Mob label include Mr Penfold and Matt Glasby.
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[RE]Mixed In Sheffield

To mark the launch of [RE]Mixed In Sheffield‘s brand spanking new ‘Crossing The Line‘ album. 39 of Sheffields home grown artists and illustrators were asked to design an olympic theme record for a track by one of Sheffields biggest bands. Which was then remixed by one of Sheffields freshest electronic producers. Simple.

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Heres my contribution…Alvarez Kings – Cold Conscience (Dankle remix)

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Chillers 2

Shown below is concept artwork I created for Sheffield/UK film company, Cincest Films. I’ve worked alongside this film company several times over the past few months, and have enjoyed every minute of it. I’m not one to name drop, but the artwork in question ended up being seen by Lloyd Kaufman of Troma Films, and what more could you wish for than that?

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