I’m back! It’s been a long hiatus since my last blog post, but I’ve now returned to working on my children’s book project. I’ve only just begun working on the final drawings, but if I’m able to keep to schedule, I should have the book finished by early next year. As I mentioned in my previous post about the project, it brings together a random assortment of influences, from Alexis Deacon to the Slow Movement. Oddly, it seems that more and more of the music I’ve been introduce
One of the things that I want to do before I turn 30 is publish a children's book. I've had an idea in the works for a few years now to create a book about a sloth. The animals have been enjoying a relative amount of popularity after the Animal Planet documentary series 'Meet the Sloths' about a sloth sanctuary in Costa Rica. One of the two-toed sloths at London Zoo For those who like sloths, it is much more polite to call them 'slowths', rather than compare them to the deadl
Hello, it's been exactly five months since my last post, which is far too long. This blog is primarily about my illustration work, but I hope you'll allow me to take this opportunity to discuss some issues that aren't directly related to my work, but do have a real impact on it, my life, and wider societal concerns. After this, I'll be back to the usual illustration-related posts.
I've recently felt that things were at a kind of tipping point, both personally and in a wider