A 4 metre by 3 metre illustrated wall mural and room numbers for a new set of EF worldwide schools initially opening in China. The mural incorporates characters from EF’s own teaching material, various buildings from around the world and a few strange happenings for the children to discover. As the schools teach a large age range of children the wall decorations had to appeal to both small children and teenagers.
A map of central Warwick for a housing developer. As well as illustrating the new development, the map also shows the landmarks, green spaces and and transport links of the town.
Editorial work to illustrate an article for Discovery magazine, the in-flight magazine for Cathay Pacific. The article talks about the High Line garden, New York (designed by architecture firm Field Operations and architects Diller Scofidio + Renfro, with planting design from Piet Oudolf) and how other cities around the world are inspired by this to create similar spaces.
Art direction by Steve Ellul at Cedar.
The Grassroots Directory is an upcoming source book that will list some of the most innovative, practical and exciting community-led projects in the UK. To launch the project, the Grassroots team commissioned a map that would describe the idea for the directory by showing a fictional utopian town, stuffed with community projects.
More information about The Grassroots Directory here.
An illustrative map for the Boardmasters surf, skate and music festival centred on Fistral Beach and Watergate Bay, Cornwall. The map is a way to show a variety of all that was on offer at the event, from the main stages to tiny food stalls and quirky little details.
I was most pleased to be commissioned to take part and even more so to be illustrating Barbara Kingsolver’s piece “Two Minute Cheer For The Home Team”, about community, links and happiness.
Official page for “Two Minute Cheer For The Home Team” here.
An illustrated map to show healthcare providers in and around the City of London and Square Mile, including landmarks such as St Paul’s Cathedral, The Gherkin, The Barbican and Tower Bridge. The map shows the distribution of NHS and private medical centres for mental health, addiction, physiotherapy, osteopathy and occupational heath, amongst others.
A retro-styled illustration to look like a shopping scene in a Canadian mountain town in the middle of winter for Second Cup’s holiday coffee cups. Art direction by Strano + Pettigrew, with their great colour palette choice to make it stand out from other coffee chains for the season.
The cups had a positive response on social media, with a small selection collected on Storify here.
Set of illustrations for NHS South Kent Coast Clinical Commissioning Group to tell the story of the area and its challenges. The animation is designed to describe the plans the NHS has for the area, and to encourage the local population to engage with the NHS and the services that it offers.
Art directed and animated by their splendid in-house communications and design team.
An infographic to illustrate the number of road accidents that took place on Camden Road since 2010, showing that there are a disproportionate number of cyclists affected. The type and number of accidents was gathered from a freedom of information request to Transport For London.
Illustrations for the new Sainsbury’s heritage store in Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire. The drawings illustrate a variety of local landmarks from the town’s history, including the Fisher’s store that the Sainsbury’s store is now based in.
Art direction (and on-site photos) by Mark Stevens at Twelve.
Map to the Brand Perfect NY conference at the Condé Nast building, New York including Metro stations.
Quirky but accurate architectural drawings for Walter Scott, for use across a range of stationery and marketing materials. Art direction and design by Redpath.
The Rialto is the UK’s leading independent poetry magazine so it was rather super to be asked to illustrate the cover of their 70th issue. Topically, the theme was ‘austerity’ – hence a bit of a run-down feel to the whole thing. It was also an excuse to unleash a series of puns unto the world, something that I’m a huge fan of.
You can buy a back copy of this issue here.
Two and a half metre panorama looking out over Peterborough from St John’s church tower. The foreground shows the mixture of old and new in the town centre, and on the horizon you can see as far as the railway bridges, the football ground and out to the houses stretching north.