A group of us will be exhibiting at The Car Park in Fulham next week, before it’s finally demolished. It will be our final hurrah for what has become a very special place to us. We are all making new work to show you. Please come join us, it would be great to see you there!

DWELL ft. Benjamin Bowe-Carter · Alice Bowsher · Rosie Brand · Alex Broome-Nicholson · Edward Cheverton · Rory Cahill · Theo Davies · Freddie de Stefano · Fionn Duffy · Nick Edwards · Chris Harnan · Harvey Herman · Jack Kindred-Boothby · Elliot Kruszynski · Rachel McGivern · Philippe Nash · Joe Nava · Wai Wai Pang · Catherine Repko· Sam Quinton · Hannah Rose Whittle

Brood about brood over, muse on mull over, by your self and by your others, for better or for worse, too long, too short, too much, enough.

Dwell is an exhibition made up of the work of recent graduates of multiple disciplines. It centres around the mental states of the exhibitors, having recently left the reliable lives they led at their respective universities. The work advertises varying levels of insecurity and doubt, as their makers try to start a conversation about their own mindsets, on their own journeys, towards their own ideas of success and comfort.
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A group of us will be exhibiting at The Car Park in Fulham next week, before it’s finally demolished. It will be our final hurrah for what has become a very special place to us. We are all making new work to show you. Please come join us, it would be great to see you there!

DWELL ft. Benjamin Bowe-Carter · Alice Bowsher · Rosie Brand · Alex Broome-Nicholson · Edward Cheverton · Rory Cahill · Theo Davies · Freddie de Stefano · Fionn Duffy · Nick Edwards · Chris Harnan · Harvey Herman · Jack Kindred-Boothby · Elliot Kruszynski · Rachel McGivern · Philippe Nash · Joe Nava · Wai Wai Pang · Catherine Repko· Sam Quinton · Hannah Rose Whittle

Brood about brood over, muse on mull over, by your self and by your others, for better or for worse, too long, too short, too much, enough.

Dwell is an exhibition made up of the work of recent graduates of multiple disciplines. It centres around the mental states of the exhibitors, having recently left the reliable lives they led at their respective universities. The work advertises varying levels of insecurity and doubt, as their makers try to start a conversation about their own mindsets, on their own journeys, towards their own ideas of success and comfort.

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Some not so great photos of charms I’ve recently made for others, compiled into an alright montage/collage thing.

Some not so great photos of charms I’ve recently made for others, compiled into an alright montage/collage thing.

foldzine:

Fold 8 has arrived! Here are some peeks inside, including a page by our guest illustrator Wai Wai

There are 40 pages of luxurious colour, you can get your hands on a copy here!

It’s out! Go on, go grab yourself a copy. Looking forward to rifling through this soon!

foldzine:

We are very excited to announce our guest contributor for issue 8, Wai Wai Pang.
Here is a section of her wonderful comic from the issue, thanks Wai Wai!
Check out more of her super work here.
Issue 8 will be available from 20th March!!

The wonderful people from Fold, down in Falmouth were kind enough to ask me to contribute to their publication. Go check it ouuttttt!

foldzine:

We are very excited to announce our guest contributor for issue 8, Wai Wai Pang.

Here is a section of her wonderful comic from the issue, thanks Wai Wai!

Check out more of her super work here.

Issue 8 will be available from 20th March!!

The wonderful people from Fold, down in Falmouth were kind enough to ask me to contribute to their publication. Go check it ouuttttt!

Lamenting the end of Olympic speed skating action.

Lamenting the end of Olympic speed skating action.

Petal. No re-drawing this one.

Petal. No re-drawing this one.

Lots of heads. Not sure where it’s headed yet.

Lots of heads. Not sure where it’s headed yet.

Bench

Bench

Meanwhile.

It’s been a while.

About a month ago, the guys over at YCN studio asked me to do some spot illustrations for the Green Man Festival programme, and here is how it ended up looking. I feel pretty chuffed to have my scratchy drawings sat amongst Sarah Mazzetti's beautiful illustrations, and the extra perk of heading off to the stunning Brecon Beacons in Wales for great music and good food was not half bad either.

The Fifth Bee Gee by Peter Manson

Quick Fictions is a Brighton based literary initiative, which brings together a great variety of storytelling through flash fiction. For the Brighton Digital Festival they’ll be showing a series of films and animations visualising some of the stories. Here’s my mini contribution to it. Go check it out if you’re around!

Got a bunch of film developed recently. Here are some highlights.

New sketchbook scans.
It’s good to look back and see terrible ideas and the forgotten good ones, but I’ve been a bit slack with this one with shows and graduation.

I’ve also realised I draw a lot of trees. A lot.

Some old sketchbook updates.