I was one of sixteen artists asked to reimagine a famous Mr Men character, for the first time ever, for their 45th anniversary at Vivid Sydney. The character I reinterpreted was MR. SNEEZE, who was printed large scale and presented with the other designs at Darling Quarter for the 2016 Vivid Sydney festival. The line up featured names like 123Klan, Jeremyville, Bei Bad Girl, Travis Price and many more. Presented by Ambush Gallery and T-World :--)
4 x A5 risograph prints of Zuerog bike gang members and robot warriors. These were created during my residency at Lamington Drive, and sold at the group show Residential Development. They are printed on recycled stock and were risographed by Heliopress. There will be limited copies for sale in my webstore soon! :-)
Digital illustration created for Lamington Drive's group show 'Residential Development'. Man the gates!
I was lucky enough to be one of four people offered a three-week residency at Lamington Drive, hosted by Jacky Winter, followed by a group show called 'Residential Development'. During my time there, I produced two large scale paintings, two medium digital prints, four risograph prints and three terracotta clay vases. Each resident was given a wall to occupy in the gallery space.
Oil pastel, hand drawn type – for a variety of personal projects.
Digital illustration created for Lamington Drive's group show 'Residential Development'. Spooky.
A digital illustrated Secret Spy series – created for the Uncovered group show at House of Bricks, Melbourne 2015.
I run a small DIY label with my good friend Dean Delandre called Fun Apparel. These are some the shirts I designed and illustrated under this label.
Fun Apparel has released clothing from t-shirts to hats and jumpers. As well as apparel, we also run a small publishing label called Fun Press that creates and distributes local art books and zines and the occasional music release.
T-shirt design for Fun Apparel. The shirt had a front and back print, as well as designs down the sleeves. We also took promotional photographs for the website, which included hand drawn elements.
Illustrations and a collaborative patch design for the Melbourne based brand, Patch Squad.
Two styles of socks I designed and illustrated for the Australian based company, Odd Pears. These were a limited edition release.
Just some lil robots that make our lives easier. Deconstructed digital robot illustrations for a personal project.
These were featured alongside my interview in the Fresh Blood issue of No Cure Magazine.
A personal project consisting of digital cyberpunk themed illustrations.
A t-shirt and hat that I designed and illustrated for the Sydney band Endless Heights.
Oil pastel, hand drawn doodles, of things that make me feel good.
A series of terracotta clay vases, painted with thoughts and feelings.
Commissioned illustration job for Skyzone AU, which was proposed to be printed on a cup and sold in store.