Monday 25 October 2010

Trauma Centric

It's been a tad quiet at the ol' bloggo. I've had my head down beavering away at a number of editorial illustrations all waiting to get posted in due course. Here's one I can release into cyberspace, a recent illo for D Magazine looking at the potential disaster looming for Dallas' trauma centers and their inability to cope with major catastrophes. Pass the defibrillators please.

Friday 8 October 2010

Like, Totally Neo Rural

Here's a cover illustration for France's Journal Europa looking at the history of migration between urban and rural areas and all the attendant social impacts and expectations that go with it. Look out for those cow pats.

Loch Nessing

Went for a long weekend family break to Inverness, Scotland to support my cousin Warren as he took on the mighty challenge of the Loch Ness Marathon. We stayed in a couple of cosy lodges in the gorgeous Falls Of Foyers area near the Loch, supping booze and chomping on haggis in the warmth while Warren 'bust his ass' to complete his first, very hilly and wet, marathon in four hours, 8 minutes. It tired me out just driving down the route so we were all very proud of his outstanding achievement, as was Nessie who made a special appearance...that absolutely nobody saw.

Wednesday 6 October 2010


Here are a series of colourful illustrations that can be seen in the current issue of Design Week gracing their Interaction Design supplement. It looks at the current state of the industry and features a lot of iThings.

Back Of The Future

Here's a full pager for Shepherd Center's APEX magazine in the States looking at trauma surgery technology for spinal cord injuries.