I designed a website concept for a CGI website, as Part of the ‘Story Of Water’ project with Totally Thames, Thames Water and UTC (part of UEL). The site will be an annotated environment built by students of UTC, describing elements of the Water Cycle and Water Treatment processes. My characters (Dr Plumber, Plumber’s Mate, Broll-E, Mallard, Squeaky-Clean, Bob et al) will guide visitors around the content. A broader narrative universe has also been created around the characters, of which I will share details soon.
The lovely people at Okido magazine have given me the amazing opportunity to contribute illustrations for their monthly issues. There’s been a variety of themes to date, including: Robots, Design, Spring, The Moon, Summer Holidays and next up: Time- watch this space for more!
I was contacted to realise a mural sized customer journey/roadmap illustration for Aurum Insurance. After several incarnations, here’s the final image (looks v pixelated here for some reason, but not sure why)
I was contacted to create a small range of merchandise sketches in black and white for children visiting the Museo Dell Opera Del Duomo in Florence, Italy. The drawings (one of each of the relevant landmarks there) are to be printed on notebooks and t-shirts.
I’ve been working with an investment banker on illustrations for her PHD with London School of Economics. The themes are (broadly speaking) banking culture and micro-finance. Amongst more technical infographics we also worked together illustrating anecdotal moments of her life and career to inform the study. Reka has an amazing story to tell, from her childhood in Soviet Hungary, to a high level banking career in NYC/London, to her current position in the Far East, investigating the human rights of Filipino maids in Hong Kong. Here are a few pages (black and white, for now) from her research paper.
I hastily printed trial copies of the first chapter in my self penned graphic novel ‘Paparazzi’ for ELCAF 2015, at which I shared a stall with my studio group. Watch this space for updates!
I did a couple of live drawing animations with GIG for Roche in the summer of 2015. Here’s a clip of me at work on the first and a link to the second, which is now on youtube: