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A really enjoyable project organised by House of Illustration with two Year 5 classes at Richard Cobden School in Camden. Assisted by illustrator Julie Vermeille, I worked with the pupils to create interactive ‘Dictionaries of Tricky Words’ which we recorded … Continue reading
Here is another illustration for an article by Lily Asquith that appears in the Guardian online. It attempts to show a jet of quark and anti-quark pairs bound together by gluon colourfields.
An illustration for an article about the differences between bosons and photons and the scientists who worked these differences out. Lots of information to choose from so I decided I wanted the image to be a more developed version of … Continue reading
I designed and illustrated this wedding stationery for my very lovely friends who are getting married in the south of France later this year. We wanted something fairly traditional that included an image of their wonderful venue – Chateau la … Continue reading
This illustration was made for a blog article about quarks. I have found out since that Gell-Mann, who observed strange behaviour in quarks and called it strangeness, was also a colourful character who was caught trying to smuggle Peruvian artefacts … Continue reading
The LHCsound team have been working hard to develop GUI’s for use in interactive workshops in schools and colleges. This poster (still in its draft format) has been designed to complement the workshops and graphically represent in a simple way … Continue reading
I was commissioned to illustrate a series of ideas in a fashion illustration style for The Viral Factory. The catch was they had to be done over a weekend – which was also the weekend of H’s birthday, so there … Continue reading
While developing ideas for an illustration project I started experimenting with ink washes over watercolour masking fluid. I found the results quite satisfying so will definitely try some other ideas out when I can get the lids of my dried … Continue reading
I originally intended for this blog to be a little more interactive than my recent posts are proving and current time commitments are allowing, so I thought I’d post this paperdog to cut out and keep. The paperdoll chihuahua was commissioned … Continue reading
So, after reproducing the original flyer for 3 months it seemed time to make a new one, particularly as it coincided with Dennis Just Dennis‘s birthday and an appearance by Kate Tempest. And here it is.
A hastily produced booklet for the Railway’s summer event programme, which proved a little more time consuming than hoped as it contained 3 event posters that had to look distinct. If you’re a local you can download the programme here. The … Continue reading
After a number of late nights saving bits of my handwriting as gif files in various colours, the LHCsound website is up a running. It has already had an overwhelming number of visitors (over 60,000 last time I checked) which … Continue reading
Work on the project is ongoing. The website is up and running in a very early state at http://www.lhcsound.com. There is still lots of work to be done on the site, how it looks and reads, but there are some … Continue reading
Here’s another image for Hell Kittie Kittie ,and a flyer for their birthday party. I’ve tried to make the image look like a George Petty pin-up, but in the absence of an airbrush I’ve used oils instead. Objectifying women…..who me?