I am pleased to announce that issue 1 of my comic Steak with sumptuous art from Marc Olivent is now available at steakcomic.co.uk Thank you for being patient. I hope you’ll agree it’s looking extremely tasty!
I’m pleased to say that I illustrated two Norwich city players in Dave Will‘s impressive MIFA 2020 charity football sticker album. It raised over £3000 for Fans Supporting Food banks. Click the links to donate or to see the stickers. There’s some incredible art work in there. And mine is in there too…
I’m delighted to tell you that 11 prints of my slebnamechains are upstairs for a few months at Michelin star / Great British Menu winner James Cochran’s 1251 in Islington.
Thanks to Dan and James for letting me use the space. Get yourself down there to taste some fantastic food and see my work.
I’m pleased to say I have a feature on Kate Davey’s outsider art blog about my Wastes of Ink and Doodles and Don’tdles zine booklets which you can read here.
What do you do with a head full of unanswered questions? Draw a pompous guy in a suit with a block for a head and let him deal with them. I have a handful more of his musings. Read a review of the first one here.
My third instalment of Cubehead has had a favourable review on Syndicated Zine Reviews. Read here. Thanks to Nathan – check out the site for reviews of other zines (not just mine).
A few of my Cubehead comics are available to buy from the small press section in Orbital Comics near Leicester Square.
After reading some Asimov, I decided to make one of my short sci-fi stories into a 4 part comic booklet. The only problem was I didn’t know how to draw it. At some point I decided to make all of the art circular and get a bit abstract with it. The resultant comic contains photocopied maltesers in space, spirograph, paint splatters, sand through a telescope and of course one or two actual drawings.
My very short story inspired by Great Yarmouth’s now defunct Louis Tussauds (dubbed ‘the world’s worst waxworks’) has been published on Ric Journal.