Japanese, cyberpunk and gaming cultures
At present the Overwatch character styling and the marketing strategy behind them
Still exploring new ideas and techniques
Create with the heart,
build with the mind
Watching my dad draw and create art has always been a fond memory. I treasure the little art that survived, which I had saved from those days. Looking at them, they serve as a good reminder that it takes time and practise to craft something that you can be proud of and hopefully others will enjoy. Please find the latest collection of illustrations that I have created.
Tricky illustration involving body postion with mechanical elements, super fun to do and a great way to decompress after a hard days work.
Revamped the Russina illustration for a more toned down version, inspiration taken from old Russian stamps.
One of the scrapped illustrations for What3Words. Got abit carried away with the whole Russian theme.
Focused on vanishing points to get more depth to the atmosphere and push the 3D shading in this style to make the non-human elemetns interesting.
Used the jungle plants from Costa Rica to make this piece feel fuller and solid.
Cameroon have colourful buses that transport people around the country. They use a mixture of bespoke hand painted type styles to catch your eye
We had some fun time getting each scene just right to it made sense that the viewer was zooming into the location to meet the CEO of the Tunisian postal service
Getting to do some loopy loop typography for this letter!
Rwanda have these bright, eye catching wall designs to get you to test out their wares. Thought it would make a nice change in style from the rest of the W3W pack.
First illustration for W3W. Guy had a great smile had to capture it.
Finalised illustration and added metal reflected highlights for depth.
A WIP shot of Genji.
I really liked the challenge of drawing his dragon tattoo.
Long project to produce a pack of cards. Topic: mythology.
Portrait of Bailey in geometric form.
Illustration of clients family.
'Work first, wash afterwards'. Chalk on blackboard at OgilvyOne Canary Wharf 300x200cm, circa 2016.