Thursday, March 27

A Walk Along The Seafront Zine






The final completed zine, a spread and the back. 

I was fortunate to be at Canterbury Market on Thursday where I was selling a few things from past projects, such as my illustrated 'Outer Dark' book, greeting cards and brooches. There, I also got the chance to sell 'A Walk Along The Seafront' zine which got a lot attention and was nearly sold out by the end of the day! 

Here are some greeting cards I was painting on the day. 




Tuesday, March 4

Work Feature



Great news! I have been featured on Design Juices wesbite today. Check out the post here.

Fellow Handmade Drawn partner in crime Emily Hline has been featured in the past,which makes it an even better reason to go on their site to see all the other brilliant creative people they have featured: www.designjuices.co.uk

Friday, February 28

Chasing Ice

Cover: work by Emily Martin

left: work by Ewan Golder, right: my own submitted piece


Last night showing at the Quarterhouse in Folkestone was a brilliant and impacting film 'Chasing Ice'. A film that dealt with the issue of global warming on a visually informative and emotional level. 

No Wave created a zine with the theme of global warming and climate change, this was my submission. Really happy to have been included in this project alongside several other great works. Thank you to the No Wave team!

Monday, February 10

A Walk Along the Seafront




A few of the images I have created for a zine I am creating with Clare Pryke, where we took a walk around the Folkestone seafront.

Sunday, February 2

Thursday, January 30

Monday, January 27

The Seafront







Folkestone

I keep forgetting what beauty lies outside of my window as I spend so much time indoors drawing, planning and if not that, working. Last week I took some time out to spend outside, and started on a new project with fellow illustrator Clare Pryke documenting our thoughts on our surrounding environment, which is a good way to get exploring, seeing what Folkestone means to us, and our emotional response to the environment.