These dancing guys were done in play time. I’d like to turn them into murals one day, but for now they will happily dance away on my website.
I like pushing a style to its most simple form. Sometimes the result is more graphic, sometimes it’s more recognisable, and some are just plain silly.
Love comes in all different shades. This was something I played around with for valentines day. Are you in fluffy love or pirate love?
This is what fairies would look like if I had my way. I played around with the idea of creating cool looking fairies that weren’t pink and glitter based. I like to experiment with stylisation to see if I can find something that kids, teenagers, young adults and proper adults would like.
This is a mural in Taupo. It was painted as part of the Graffiato festival held annually in October. It was based on a vector sketch that I did. I wanted to show a bunch of characters dancing, as I was listening to Shake it off by Taylor Swift at the time. These guys are […]
How do you build an aeroplane when you’ve only got one wing? is a book I wrote and illustrated while my son was a baby. It is about two kids having to use their creativity to solve a problem. This is my second book, my first book How Absurd is going to be republished in […]
These funky monkey’s were painted for Bradley Lane. Bradley Lane is run by Gary Silipa and The Good, The Bad
Donkey – 28cm x 61cm – ceramic, wood and found object
Wishbone Design Studio make great bikes for kids. These bike bells are part of an Endangered Species edition. With seven designs to choose from, they make a colourful edition to any bike. Simple designs can take awhile to get right. I work in a way that is creative and enables me to have fun playing […]
Karma Cola is a great tasting fair trade drink born in New Zealand. The clever folks at Karma Cola teamed up with me and Special Group to create some feel good imagery. Karma Cola’s original recipe combines cola nut from the Boma village in Sierra Leone with vanilla bean grown by the Forest Garden Growers […]