I recently worked with the Institute of Physics to create some illustrations to explain the science behind how we smell.
You can see the full article on their website HERE along with some more illustrations and a Gif I made to illustrate how receptors in the nose turn on and off.
I was asked by Cullercoats Bike and Kayak, to illustrate a map for their new hire shop up on the Northumberland coast. The map shows the main coastal cycle route and landmarks which can be used to navigate the coastline in a kayak too.
Cullercoats Bike and Kayak will be launching 5-6 of April, so if you find yourself up that way pop along and check out their new rental shop.
I was recently commissioned by the Wall Street Journal to create some illustrations for an article about Ice Fishing. The illustrations appeared in the ‘Mansion’ real estate section of the newspaper and I was also asked to create a Gif for the website. Below are icons of some of the equipment used by ice fisherman and you can see the article online HERE.
I was super chuffed to be commissioned by Monocle again for this month’s mag (issue70) I illustrated an article about Australia’s strained relationship with Indonesia. It was also pretty exciting to end up on the Contributor’s page too surrounded by some pretty amazing writers and photographers!
It was a awesome end of 2013 to be asked by Monocle magazine to create a couple of illustrations for their Monocle Alpine newspaper. Above are 4 winter drinks pics to accompany recipes for Mulled wine, Brown Butter Old fashioned, Irish coffee and a Hot Toddy.
And the below illustration is for an article about Bhutan making money from selling electricity made from it’s mountain rivers.
I was commissioned by Think publishing recently to illustrate some articles about food and catering for the latest issue of Destination magazine.
The first two illustrations were about fresh and healthy products being on offer at conferences to aid concentration and alertness at the events.
The illustration below was to accompany a piece about the variety of high quality food available on airlines - including being able to get a traditional afternoon tea!
I’ve been getting lots of food commissions recently and am really enjoying them, even if they do make me constantly hungry while working on them!
I’ve finally got round to blogging these maps that I’ve been working on over the summer. I worked with the lovely people at Cactus to create 6 maps for Scottish Waterways Trust, to show the redevelopment of the Glasgow canal network. The maps depict a walking route alongside the canals featuring wildlife, historical sites and new developments en route.
The six separate maps were used in a walking brochure and I also joined up all the maps for a digital version of the walking route.
You can find out more about the revamped canal network HERE
(click on the little arrows on the side of the top image to view the other 3 maps!)