Thursday, 5 November 2015

Peter Cushing T

Original Peter Cushing t-shirts and t-towels NOW available from The Horsebridge Art Centre in Whitstable! All proceeds go back into the charity. 
Buy one, and another for a spare.

The snake venom sketches

Drawn in hospital waiting area on ipad, using Bamboo app and finger.
Pupils dilated with snake venom. 

Wednesday, 4 November 2015


Unfollow is out now! Published by DC Vertigo comics, co-created by Mike Dowling and Rob Williams. As colourist, my role is to concentrate on the colour pallete and mood, and allow Mike's brilliant drawings to shine through. As the issues progress it just gets keeps getting more and more mental! If I wasn't working on it, I'd be buying it! Go get it - its out now!

Cover by Matt Taylor

Drawn by Mike Dowling, colours by me.

Drawn by Mike Dowling, colours by me.

Thanks to Ellie, Molly and Shelly (and everyone else) at Vertigo


The new Gogglebox book is out now! Stuffed with interviews, photos, amazing things, and a few scribbles by me! The perfect gift for anyone who loves Gogglebox. Buy it now!

Big thanks to Jamie at PanMacmillan, and Tania at Studio Lambert

Monday, 14 September 2015

The Greatest British Naturalists!

Britain's greatest naturalists in this month's BBC Wildlife magazine.

Many thanks to Richard Eccleston.

Saturday, 12 September 2015

Mermaid prints

I'm very excited to show off an exclusive mermaid design for The Horsebridge Art Centre in Whitstable. Presented as a beautiful tea towel, tote bag and t-shirt. Available in a variety of sizes and colours, available only from The Horsebridge.

Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Gold, White, and Pink

Some more doodles made while waiting for computer to do something...

Brutalist architect

Breaking Bad's Walter White. Chemistry teacher, dad, and drug lord

Jessie Pinkman from Breaking Bad. I was rooting for Jessie all the way, bitch.

Tuesday, 21 July 2015

Sketchbook scribbles

My vintage computer tries to keep up with my speeding projects.... it chugs along on its spinning rainbow wheels allowing me time to doodle and draw from magazines laying around. Thought I'd share a couple.

Saturday, 11 July 2015

I Want My Heart Back

I Want My Heart Back by Hard Work.
Nice project to be involved with. I drew the pictures, while Rob Chandler worked his magic and brought them to life! See the whole music video HERE

Big thanks to Mike Haralambos of Hard Work

Friday, 10 July 2015


Really excited to be involved with this!...

Vertigo has just announced that they will be publishing Unfollow by Rob Williams and Mike Dowling in November. How am I involved? I'm the colourist! More details HERE

Rob Williams discusses Unfollow HERE

And a great interview with Rob in The Hollywood Reporter HERE

Mike Dowling is doing the amazing drawings that I'm scribbling the colours all over. Check out Mike's website HERE

Why Men Skim Stones!

New book ahoy! 
Why Men Skim Stones by Chris Windle (with cartoons by me) is out now! Published by Square Peg of the Penguin Randon House group. Its all about those loveable things that only men do, like extreme macho eating and proving your ninja skills on small children. Buy it HERE now! Or in your favourite local independent bookshop.

Monday, 4 May 2015

The old man of the sea...

... pauses for breath over Bretts aggregate works. My entry for this year's PostNude exhibition at Gallery 3, The Horsebridge in Whitstable until June.

Friday, 1 May 2015


Its a thrill asked to be a part of Whitstable's WhitLit festival this year. 
The incredible Marvel comic artist Laurence Campbell and myself will be doing a workshop on the production of graphic novels. From script to printed page.

Tickets available from The Horsebridge Centre in Whitstable.
The workshop is on Saturday May 16, 2 - 5 pm, at The Horsebridge in Whitstable. Only £4.

More details HERE

Thursday, 5 March 2015

PostNude 2015

This year's PostNude exhibition needs your pictures! 
Send your postcards of original art celebrating the nude to the Horsebridge in Whitstable.
Details HERE

Wednesday, 4 March 2015

View from the bar

A few sketches of listening artists from last night's meeting.
I'd forgotten how much I love drawing people.
Each took no longer than a couple of minutes. 
Medium: biro on post-it-note.