I'm a British illustrator living in South London
I specialize in cartoons, comics, digital art, humour, illustration, psychedelic art.
I made myself some motivational stickers to (hopefully) help with the CONSTANT negative self-talk that seems to be an innate part of my creative practice
I've spent recent lockdown days watching far too many Youtube videos about attachment styles and honestly it makes a lot of sense. Here is a little message for my anxious preoccupied self
Trying out tattoo designs
I started a project of hunt illustrations, where things in the image need to be found. In this, the objects were: Lost iPhone, murder weapon, portal to another world, glass half empty and banana. (This is the pre-digital illustration which I don’t usually share but felt like a change!)
I've been experimenting with colour pallets and line width. Also trying to do LESS - my natural tendency is to add everything so cutting back is quite hard, but I think works better.
I’be been sketching my toy cars and trying to imagine how plants might interact with them
I live in central London, so I sometimes dream of a more nature-filled work space
Inspired by lockdown dinner times and trying to be healthier
Inspired by lockdown walks and pretty gardens
Part of a repeat pattern I am working on
Watches, judges and backchats your neighbours
A panel from a comic I am working on, containing otherworldly gardening guides
Lockdown has given us all far too much time to think
I've been spending a lot more time on Pinterest and a lot less time outside
Watch out for puddles with eyes in them
Ambiguous foreign botanicals
Something I do all the time. Forgetting to hit record is also annoying...
Does sticking body parts out of windows count as being outside?
Fantasy insect drawing