To mark their 45th anniversary, Timberland introduces a special collection of boots to celebrate the heritage of boot-making. The collection features a reimagined iconic yellow boot with a sapphire coloured collar, two-tone yellow and sapphire laces, a dedicated hangtag, and an embossed tongue with the 45th anniversary logo.
Earlier this month, I was commissioned by Timberland to customise new boots across stores in the UK including the flagship on London’s Regent Street. Check it out!
Excited to announce this collaboration with Yash Raj Films! I had the pleasure of illustrating Amitabh Bachchan as Khudabaksh in Thugs of Hindostan. Thank you to Yash Raj Films and the team at Media House London for the opportunity, it’s been a pleasure.
Love your craft & practice often! This week I became a proud owner of the Wacom Intuos Pro so I decided to put it to the test using Photoshop. Scroll down to see a similar piece I designed 2 years ago...
I was feeling inspired after seeing all the Fashion Week posts, so I thought I'd give textures/materials a go! My first attempt was a metallic puffer jacket taken from a Street Style image at Paris Fashion Week. Hmm what to try next... maybe velvet?
Materials used: Posca, Copic Markers, Uniball Fine Liner.
I am super excited to announce my latest collaboration with Moo for the new Cotton Cards Campaign. These business cards are made from 100% recycled Cotton T-Shirts, which means not only do they look good but they're also eco friendly! All tee and no tree. YASS!
Head over to the site and bring your mini designs to life: www.moo.com
I had THE most fun painting this Dragon Ball GT piece for my friend Troy a couple of weeks back. I’m not going to lie, when he first asked me to do this I was a little nervous. But I’m soooo happy with the way that it turned out and even more pleased that he can add it to his art collection at home.
I’m 100% going to do more paintings on this scale, I’m already planning my next one!
Acrylic on canvas // Painting measures 90” x 60”.
For the first time ever, I put the Posca pens and Sharpies down and decided to give Gouache paints a go. With “Nikes” being one of my favourite visuals from 2016, I couldn’t resist using Frank Ocean as my subject.
It took a bit of getting used to because it’s such a tough, matte paint and dries immediately, so I had to work at a fast pace - no pressure!
Prints are available in the shop.