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A little cutaway-ing

Ages and ages ago I drew an accurate partial cutaway of a genuine actual thing for a change. Here it is.

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Life Over Guy’s

Ages ago I was asked to draw something for Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital Trust. Realising only now that you may only see it if you are ill, I present it here for your education and delight (?). Note the London Bridge area with totally spurious North bank area. Take that reality!


The Palace that Joan Built

Collaboration time: I drew the middle bit of this as a collaboration with the ludicrously talented Mel Brimfield for a bit of her massive Transport for London commission that was on at Stratford tube station and celebrated the work of Joan Littlewood. All the best bits are hers.


Another aeroplane.


This is a sketch for my proposed but as yet unrealised graphic novel ‘Leg’. The aircraft is a Royal Aircraft Factory ‘Scout Experimental 5a’, you can see a real one for free in the Science Museum, South Kensington.

Farmer Rudder’s Flying Farm

This is what I drew and coloured in for my major work when I completed my MA in Illustration from Camberwell College of Art. It was for a children’s book that no publisher seemed to want to publish. Ho hum. Here it is annotated for your entertainment and delight.


Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a

I’m excited by this one! I’ve been experimenting with creating work digitally rather than in real life. The whole thing was drawn from scratch in photoshop. It depicts a Royal Aircraft Factory SE5a. You can see a real one at the RAF museum Hendon.

You can buy this image as print at my Society6 shop


I now have a shop

Shop for my drawings on Society6! There are only a few drawings to choose from but I hope to add more soon.



How Christmas Works



Here is a promo film for Greenpeace France for which I drew backgrounds and things. This was directed and animated by the hugely talented Daniel Bird and Jarda Mrázek who collectively function as ‘Wit and Wisdom’. Do not watch if you have a beard.

Spent most of yesterday haunted by thoughts of crudely-drawn mustelids.

The Amazing Mr Smashing, a man I may have made up, has his own Twitter feed now. He likes to update everyone on what he’s been up to on a nearly daily basis. He likes these updates to take the form of hasty and ineptly rendered drawings, which is convenient. Here are a couple: ‘Spent most of yesterday haunted by thoughts of crudely-drawn mustelids’ Spent most of yesterday haunted by thoughts of crudely-drawn mustelids.

This is the kind of thrilling activity that rocks Mr Smashing’s world. See the rest and get more as they magically appear at:

Today I constructed a mud brick, such as was used in Ancient Egyptian times.’ 



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