Poster designed for my university’s production of Grimm Tales, a collaboration between acting, model making and costume students.
Whilst I’m not entirely happy about the full arrangement of the poster, I still really like the drawings. They were really fun to do!
If anyone lives around Bournemouth and it’s interested to purchase tickets to see the play this weekend, you can do so by going to the website. It’s bound to be a good one!
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Once upon a time I got really stressed out with my university work, so I decided to draw a girl with flowers just for fun and to enjoy drawing again. It did put me in a better mood, so it was worth it!
This piece (originally A2) will be exhibited and sold in the Silent Auction tomorrow. It’ll be quite sad to give this original drawing away, but at least it’s nice that I have it here to live in the interwebs forever.
This little comic was part of a mini collaborative narrative project between me, Allie, Anna, Flo, Hope, Louis and Maia (all friends and course mates!). We gathered together and created a little zine in two weeks, each of us continuing the story without knowing where it would lead next!
We created a limited edition run of 30 copies all hand bound, in colour and with screen printed covers. A big amount of them will be for sale in university in the next few months!
Have a read through our little Issuu version below :)
This poster was a fun little collaboration between my classmate Flo Zealy and me to advertise our upcoming Illustration Silent Auction in university next week. How often do you get to draw castles, masked creatures, giant pencils and balloons? Not nearly enough.
For anyone who lives in the Bournemouth/Dorset area and you wish to come, find more information and RSVP in our facebook event. Thank you!
I needed to take some time off to make this quick drawing to remind myself everything will be ok!
Lately I’ve been feeling incredibly nervous and stressed about a lot of things. I guess that’s what comes with being in your final year of university. There’s a lot of ‘what next?’ and ‘what if?’ related questions circling my mind, and I’ve been over thinking way too much about the future. I also want to do so much. I know I have potential and that’s why I’m doing what I’m doing, because I love it, but I fear that I will never have enough time or I will never have the opportunity to achieve all the things I want to do. I want everything to be immediate and I want to know exactly where I’ll be next, but of course… it doesn’t work that way.
I’m sure a lot of students who are in the same stage as me feel this way too, or they’ll start feeling like this in the next coming months. Or maybe there’ll be people who wont feel like this, in which case: what lucky bastards.
Anyway, I don’t want to keep whining online. I’ve been feeling much better in recent weeks, and getting into a more positive attitude! I’m focusing on one thing at a time, and blocking negative thoughts as much as I can. And keeping busy creating and drawing!
If I over stress myself again anytime soon, I’ll make sure to look at the drawing above. I’ll have to get it up on the wall of my room soon.
Click the image above to read my interview with Laura Redburn in her Cardboard Cities blog. You’ll find me talking about my work and the things I like.
You’ll also find me talking extensively about my most favourite thing ever. What’s such thing? Find out here.
So this is meant to be me (when my hair is straight, which isn’t most of the time to be honest), with added moustache of course. It’s Movember!
This year I signed up to be one of the artists for Gallery of Mo, so if anyone would want to request a moustached portrait in the style above from me, you can visit my page here. All money goes to charity.
Not long ago I entered my work to Just Us collective’s call for submissions (yeah I’m quite a sucker for calls for submissions…)
I’m really sorry to spam my tumblr followers, but if you guys would spare a vote I’d really appreciate it!
Click here to vote.
I created some laser cut foxes recently and did necklaces out of them! Keep an eye out, these guys and my t-shirts will be available to buy anytime soon.