A response to events in London, drawn on the back of an envelope.
Recently I produced seven key frame illustrations for film-maker Craig Murray who is making a music video for the band Set the Destroyer. I had fun with this, depicting a wasted young girl staggering up Kingsland Road, being sucked into a floor in a bunker and then being re-born up on a rooftop as a blond.
I think I need to see the video to work out what’s going on here and if you want to find out more about Craig’s work then go to www.youcameinhereastranger.com. Craig sits next to me in my studio in Dalston, in the Bootstrap Building, home also to the Dalston Roof Park. He doesn’t drink tea but isn’t averse to instant coffee in a plastic beaker, trivia fans.
This piece of paper has been flapping around in the drawing board vicinity for a few weeks. The judge’s face was originally facing forwards so we would be unable to see her face. It took me some time before I figured out that for me to be interested in taking it further, I would want to see her face, so I turned her head.
Many minutes have been spent on her bum and right leg. This is not a commission, I am just enjoying drawing female judges and am wondering if this is somehow not done to use an existing property on one’s blog – because in a way the Dredd tags may bring people to me, so will I get a snotty letter? – plus I’m musing on the fact that once upon a time I would have started inking this by now, rather than writing about it here.
80-page crime graphic novel first published in France by EP Editions. Script LF Bollée, English translation by the artist. The following is an exclusive excerpt which contains adult language.
Advertising storyboards for clients including: Nexus Productions, Stink, 2CV, Engine Service Design, Truth, Harriman Steel, H+K, Pretty Green, Poke, Punq TV, Biscuit Films, Lowe, Partizan Films, VCCP, Wolff Olins, Mother, Red Bee Media, MTV, Channel Four, Framestore.
Bands including: Mercedes, Coca-Cola, Tesco, Harry Potter, Gears of War, Smirnoff, Strongbow, Toyota, AT&T, Maroon 5, Cher Lloyd, Ella One, Barclays, Innocent Smoothie, Colman’s, Vodafone, BAFTA.