Sunday, 23 October 2016

'Tea Party' Tea Towels

This 'Tea party' tea towel is now available to buy from my etsy shop here. It is made from 100% natural cotton (170gsm weight) which is ethically produced and chlorine free. It also comes packaged in a decorative recycled card sleeve.

An A4 fine art colour print is of the design is also available here.

What's more fun than a fancy dress tea party?




Thursday, 22 September 2016

Recent Photos From Customers


Here's the A2 print of Jungle Procession in the house of the lovely lady who bought it at a charity auction for nearly three times the selling price (or just over double the price - I can't remember. Wonderfully generous, either way!).


And this is an A4 print of Metal Pals bought by Gregory G. in the USA via my etsy site. Thanks Gregory! I like it in that style of frame.

Business Card & Sticker Design for 'And Penguin Said Nothing'


Business card and sticker design for Glasgow based studio potter And Penguin Said Nothing. I also designed the company's "jug penguin" logo seen here.

Thursday, 23 June 2016

Macbastard

My old friend and amazing artist Andy a.k.a. Twistwood commissioned me to come up with my own interpretation of his comic character Macbastard. 

Saturday, 14 May 2016

Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Printed Tea Towels

I wanted to get something a bit more special than normal for my mum's birthday this year and, when I stumbled across a website that prints photos onto presents (I was tempted by the oven gloves and aprons as well), a lightbulb went off in my head.

The website is called Bags of Love and I was really genuinely amazed at the quality of the prints. Price-wise, it wouldn't be viable to get them in order to sell as merchandise (I might start looking into alternatives though!), but for personalised presents it's perfect. That's what the site's designed for, after all. My mum loved them incidentally. So, all in all, I think it was a success!




Monday, 9 May 2016

Kelvinpark Early Years Centre Art Auction

Wow. Had a great night at the charity art auction for Kelvin Park Early Years Centre the other night. First of all, seeing my work displayed alongside the likes of Timerous Beasties, Toby Paterson and Turner prize winning collective Assemble was pretty awesome. Then I met with a couple who were interested in a commission and, finally, 'Jungle Procession' (the print I'd donated) sold for £170! Apparently the whole night raised £5000 in total too which is great.