Charles Booth in Shoreditch

I had a piece in an interim exhibition that my course put together, in Beach Gallery London, waaaaay back in April.
^^^ a portrait of Charles Booth - a philanthropist and sociologist who is most famous for the 'poverty maps' he created of London during the 1880's and 90's. The maps were intricate drawings, colour coded to represent the wealth of every street in London. The little section on his jacket was taken from his map of Shoreditch (where Beach London is, to be precise) and the stripey bits are the colours he used. See what I did there? It helps I like stripes.
All of my personal work is loosely based around the same themes at the moment - I'm going to upload some more bits of unfinished work soon.


Mr Toad


some snippets of my entry to the Puffin Design Award. Lots of fun trying new things.


Drawing Mr Nicolini

The very lovely Abby Wright has set up a collaborative blog, based on drawing Mr Nicolini, her adoptive grandfather... a man with a very expressive face! I was very happy to be the first post on her blog - mrnicolini.blogspot.co.uk everyone should submit more lovely drawings please! 


I woke up one morning...

Two frames of a four frame narrative I've been working on. Original pieces A2 and A3.