Commission by Hush Creative for a series of stylised drawings for Deli Farm Charcuterie’s packaging re-launch. http://hush-creative.co.uk/ a creative consultancy specialising in branding and packaging. It was a real pleasure working with Ian and Tracey at Hush Creative. “…happy to recommend you to everyone.” Ian @ Hush Creative
Posts Tagged “Illustration”
I’m very pleased to find my creature feature ‘Of Morgawr and Mawnan’ short story published on Thief, by Tribe Media. It’s a campfire tale about the Owlman of Mawnan, a sighting of the mythical beast. Which is actually based on a true (controversial) tale set very close to where I live, although sadly I have…
In the spirit of putting pen to paper, I have been drawing like a crazy thing, an image a day throughout October in the spirit of making it happen. Here are some highlights from my sketchbook, predominantly animal based and the rest can be found on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fountainwren/
A harbour adventure at the Newlyn Fish Festival on Monday 28 August 2017. Exhibiting on the north pier, right in the heart of the festivities. https://www.newlynfishfestival.org.uk/
A pair of worldly prints inspired by Earth Day, available in Jubilee Wharf Gallery, Penryn.
I have a few fairs lined up and new prints and things ready to go! Lots of creatures entering into the mix this time. Also available in galleries.
A hand-drawn commission for a birthday gift, based on his favourite things.
My first paper theatre! A monstrous Swan Lake, showing Odette in more than one guise. Plus a sneaky little homage to the late legend, Leonard Nimoy. As part of ‘A Stride’ Exhibition, Falmouth 2015. “A glance at seven passages. Seven artists present a reunion of their work after one year of individual progression. The collective each occupies…
Commission of a series of game and garden fine-line drawings and hand-drawn typography for Cream Cornwall’s product range.
Commission of drawings and appropriated-image montage illustrations for an “illustrated book and exhibition exploring and interpreting the varied use and social significance of Cornwall’s plen an gwari (mediaeval amphitheatres) through history.” A really interesting project delving into the past of Cornwall’s education, social and culture entertainment platforms.