Moving Out - Wall Street Journal.
A nice, quick, one day turnaround for this little editorial.
Final Fantasy - Smith Journal
This was the perfect job. 5 Writers were tasked with taking a classic video game and turning it into a dark, contemporary piece of fiction.
The Brothers Mario, by Rick Bannister
Space Invaders, by Andrew Croome
Leisure suit Larry and the Joystick of Destiny, by John Birmingham
Zelda Dreams, by James Franco
Jump Man, by Adam Sternbergh
I aimed at a dark look, referencing both classic 8bit video games and expressing the dark atmosphere.
The Right Stuff, Smith Journal
"Do you choose to be a communist or capitalist or are you simply born one? Where you grew up and what school of thinking you’ve been fed plays a huge role. We kick around the idea that ’70s South America might have changed the economic universe, if it had been left alone."
10 Things I believe - Malcolm Gladwell, Smith Journal
Malcolm Gladwell is a famed Canadian journalist, bestselling author, and speaker. This illustration accompanied an interview with Gladwell describing 10 things that he feels strongly about. The image is a joking reference to his well known work “How David Beats Goliath”.
I recently completed a series of illustrations for Smith Journal, an Australian based, quarterly publication.
They are always a pleasure to work with, it’s nicely put together and the content is great.
This first image is taken from the article, Super Medici Brothers, which focuses on the Italian Medici family during the Renaissance.
Financial Times book review. Bark, Lorrie Moore.
A rough sketch soon to be worked up, inspired by a recent visit to Pére Lachaise Cemetery, Paris.
A church pew that travelled across Europe - The Sunday Times
The Professor of Poetry.
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The print measures 8” wide by 5.1” tall. The archival artwork has been printed on a heavy 290gsm natural white print making paper made from 90% bamboo fibres and 10% cotton.