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Buildstore Advert

Editorial illustration used in an advert for Buildstore, who specialise in self-build services and mortgages, with expert art direction by Iain Lauder.

MRops Web Illustrations

Series of illustrations for the new MRops website, a global market research company. Art direction and web design by Keen As Mustard.

Brand Perfect Goal! animation

Animated editorial report analysing the digital performances of top football clubs, to coincide with the World Cup Brazil 2014. The full report at

Editorial by Brand Perfect, design by MadeStudio, development by Connected Digital and research by Julia Errens & Inês Gomes.

Sauza Tequila

Montreal outdoor advertising campaign for Sauza tequila. Art direction by Albert Strano.

New Ark Adventure Playground

New Ark is an outstanding local adventure playground incorporating a city farm and an eco garden. In partnership with Vivacity, they commissioned a set of eight boards to tell the story of how New Ark was founded in 1974 by local parents.

I designed the boards to be simple for very young children to read and look at, yet still interesting for older children and adults to read. There’s also an animal to find hidden in each one…

A Letter To Beak Street

A letter to Paul Smith at his new shop on Beak Street.

Not-So-Mobile Infographic

An infographic commissioned to illustrate Brand Perfect’s new report ‘The New Dynamics Of Advertising’. Here’s a link to the report and to the article on the Huffington Post.


Find Me Keep Me

Four postcards to be ‘prescribed’ for the Find Me Keep Me event in Peterborough.

British Council Georgia

Classroom wall decoration for the new British Council building in Georgia. There are five major British cities illustrated: Belfast, Brighton, Cardiff, Edinburgh and Manchester, all as detailed vector illustrations applied to the walls as a vinyl transfer. Art direction by Pete Collard and Gregory Nash.

Rialto Pamphlet Series

A series of covers for The Rialto Bridge Pamphlets; The Hitcher by Hannah Lowe, The Hungry Ghost Festival by Jen Campbell, The Pair Of Scissors That Could Cut Anything by Luke Samuel Yates and What I Saw by Laura Scott. The first three pamphlets can all be bought here, and Laura Scott’s can be bought here.

Brand Perfect

Infographic to illustrate key points from Adventures in Retail: The Other Line’s Moving Faster – a research report on the changing relationship between consumers and traditional retailers published by Brand Perfect. You can read the full report on the Brand Perfect website here, or view the infographic in full here.

Whistle & Flute

London landmark illustrations and suit diagrams for Ted Baker‘s Whistle & Flute plush suit book.

Makedo / Find&Make kits

Makedo is basically genius, and so to be asked for the second time to design some stickers to go in their Find&Make kits is basically a dream come true for a big kid who loves cardboard like me. They had to be fun & recognisable, but flexible enough for the user to be able to be a bit imaginative with the placement as well.

This time around it was in collaboration with the London Transport Museum, and so your tumble-dryer box can become a bus or a tube train. The new sets can be bought at the London Transport Museum shop here and here.

30×30 / Issue One

30×30 is a series of limited editions. There are 30 copies of each edition, and each one costs £30 shipped anywhere in the world. Once they’re gone, they’re gone.

Issue One is a set of nine hand-painted hardwood ‘building’ blocks. Includes reversible drawstring bag in tower block print fabric, and three road print postcards. To buy, visit the 30×30 site. (now sold out – Issue Two coming soon)