I made this zine to be given out free at the Nook & Cranny Launch night
Sunday, 26 October 2014
Here's a few photos I stole from the Nook & Cranny launch event on Friday. It was a kick ass night and feel very proud to have been a part of it. If anyone's ever in Liverpool I'd highly recommend checking out the shop, it's packed full of the most amazing stuff and ran by the coolest folk.
Tuesday, 7 October 2014
Tuesday, 30 September 2014
Another piece for Flow Magazines weekly, this one is ‘How to Draw a Man’ for those of you that don’t speak Dutch here is a translation.
1 This man loves the great outdoors, so to keep him warm on his adventures he has a beard. To draw a beard start with a colour wash in the shape of a beard and then add small hair lines to create texture, then make add a small moustache under the nose.
2 Real men like to smoke a pipe. This is how to draw a pipe, A tip is to either use a grey wash or a pencil scribble to create the smoke.
3 At night he likes to build a fire to keep warm, so he carries an axe for fire wood. This is how to draw an axe.
4 His favourite outfit is a scruffy check shirt. To draw a checked shirt use a colour wash and add black ink in a check pattern, then add some darker squares to create the flannel look.
5 Everybody knows dogs are mans best friend, this mans best friend is a Border Collie who is both loyal and hard working
Saturday, 13 September 2014
Wednesday, 10 September 2014
This is 1/2 'how to' illustrations I have done for Flow Magazines new adventure, a weekly notebook featuring loads of cool stuff, released today in all magazine stores across The Netherlands. As always it was a complete pleasure working with Flow, the brief really tapped into my love of the great outdoors and I got to practise my hand drawn type on a foreign language.