I recently created this illustration for Mastek the global software company. The finished artwork was based around the London 2012 Olympics (with a little nod to Mo Farah's 'mobot'), printed at around 3 metres x 2.5 metres and used as a backdrop for an exhibition stand. I've not yet seen any photographs of the event, but I was told the image was great at attracting the crowds and was quite impressive when printed so large. I'm afraid I can't take the glory for all the artwork however as certain elements of the illustration were taken from stock due to time and budget restraints. Regardless, the end results were just what the client wanted and the whole thing was turned around very quickly and on quite a tight budget. Enjoy!
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The Olympic Torch came through my town of Market Harborough yesterday. It was a bit wet but all good fun and a really great atmosphere despite the weather! Looking forward to the big show and hopefully the sun will shine by the end of the month and help make London 2012 a real success! Here's a picture I created a while back to celebrate the games coming to London. Enjoy!
I've just finished these six little illustrations for Stanley Baker Studios based in Essex. The characters are to appear in a school scrap book for year 6 students. The theme is obviously school related characters but as it is an Olympic year they are all running and being generally sporty! We have a boy, a girl, a PE Teacher, a janitor/caretaker, a Headmistress and a good old fashioned dinner lady. Would love to know your thoughts if you have any. Enjoy!
I've just created this A4 sized illustration on behalf of the RFU in England. The cartoon is to appear as half of an A3 poster that will promote the RFU Injured Players Foundation and will appear in every rugby club in England. The aim of the poster is to encourage many wonderful people in the rugby world to run a marathon for the RFU charity.
It was a great illustration to work on and needed to be completed very last minute. The whole project went from initial conversation to finished artwork in just over 24 hours! Let's just say my eyes were a little tired by the end of it all. As usual I would love to know what you think, especially if you see the poster out and about in your rugby club. Feel free to leave a comment below. Enjoy!