That default anonymous pic creeps me out a little, looks like a stalker in sunglasses! Especially when imagining that all the messages come from the same person, ha.
No but really, how does one know for sure?
Took part in a project called ‘Species’ where a number (a lot) of artists from all over the world had to create a piece dedicated to their favourite animal. This ‘animal’ had to sit within the exact form of the hosting company’s logo.
A number of pretty artworks have been created, you can take a look here: http://www.species.theanimal.co/
And I obviously tried to fit cat stuff into this logo form, because cats are awesome and I enjoy working on detailed pieces.
My initial sketch for a London market themed illustration.
Magazine editor preferred the second version but I actually like this one more :) Would have looked pretty alright coloured in I thought.
Decided to share it.
An illustration I did for 1626 Magazine’s 9th anniversary. Theme - the joy of markets! London markets, to be more precise.
I wanted to show the atmosphere of any London market on a busy weekend morning - so much stuff to see and taste, what a treat.
Guess what - some of my original dotted inks are looking for a new home!
And a new owner - someone who likes weird-ish black and white ink on paper drawings.
Those are the recent skull drawing (A4) and two A5 ones featuring the diving octopus and a record player.
I will happily sign, pack and post straight away, with a secret drawing added to the parcel as a little thank-you from me ^_^
My newest traditional/digital painting.
Gouache + Photoshop. As you might have guessed, I’ve illustrated some members of my imaginary crew. ‘The Army of me’ I call it!
A drawing of the skull that took a while. It’s only A4 but using mostly 0.03 and 0.05 mm black ink pens requires loads os time and patience. A little bit of 4H pencil and grey Tombow marker have been used as well.
A quick poster design that will be featured in a short movie filmed in London later this month. The poster is for a fictional Epiphytes and Parasites exhibition. I don’t think the camera will zoom in enough to show the detail, but it was simply satisfying spending time on all the bugs and plants :)
A little tribute to Mathilda from Luc Besson’s Leon, which is a great movie indeed. Some character design practice for me. Digitally painted.