‘Chinese Shopping’…

…For this full page illustration for Le Parisien WEEK-END to accompany a section on shopping in Paris over the Chinese New Year weekend, we have a bit of a departure from the norm within my work.  We decided to use one of my originally submitted drawings as the basis for the finished artwork.

See more here.

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‘Year of the Dog’…

…Happy Chinese New Year!

Full page illustration for ‘Le Parisien WEEK-END’ to accompany a section on the Chinese New Year.  The brief was relatively ‘open’ though had to include an element of a noodle soup recipe included within the section.

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SILA Illustration West 56 Awards…

…I’m honoured to have 2 pieces of work accepted into this year’s Society of Illustrators of Los Angeles (SILA) Awards show.  The show opens tomorrow evening and runs until the end of February 2018.

SILA Gallery: 5119 Eagle Rock Blvd., Los Angeles

The first in the Advertising category – ‘Sounds of the Underground’

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See here.

The second in the Editorial category – ‘Egg on your Face’

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See here.

Many thanks to all the judges and to Alyce at SILA for all your help and hard work.

 

 

TulaneMed…

…Two new illustrations for the Fall 2017 issue of TulaneMed Magazine, published by the Tulane University School of Medicine.

The two images had to work together with a limited colour pallete even though the subject matter was significantly different as can be seen in the printed spread below.

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The first ‘Brain Freeze’, accompanies an article on a new ThermoSuit to help in the aid of recovery for Stroke Patients.

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The second, ‘Got Sunscreen?’, accompanies an article about a young medical student and his research and development of a gadget which uses LED light to detect whether there is enough sunscreen applied to your skin.

accompany an article about a young medical student and his research and development of a gadget which uses LED light to detect whether there is enough sunscreen applied to your skin.