I recently designed and built the Poop Deck project website. It's responsive so it'll resize to fit whether viewed on a desktop, tablet or smart phone. It'll soon be filled with over 50 bespoke character illustrations which will also be showcased at the Coningsby Gallery in London.
The latest special edition of Ammo has a Lumberjack theme, 82 pages, rounded corners and textured Fedrigoni cover stock. I'm extra proud of this issue, it looks and feels great. It also ships with a limited edition Letterpress Print.
I teamed up with Inkygoodness to host an event at LeTruc in Birmingham. The event was part of the 1st Eye Candy Festival. Together we held an event to launch a new Ammo project called Axe-Aid and a new Inkygoodness networking event called Sketch. We had a constant stream of people illustrating at our table and met lots of talented artists.
I was invited to take over the 55DSL space at the Boxpark in Shoreditch for a day in June. Boxpark is made up of metal shipping containers and houses some of the worlds leading fashion brands. I decided it'd be the ideal place to launch issue 9 of Ammo.
I was joined on the day by my friends Inkygoodness, Ohh Deer and Middleboop. We had a great time, drank free beer and to top it off we packed the box with creative people!
Big thanks to Shellsuitzombie for organising it all.
I designed and built this small site to accompany a competition I ran with Boat Magazine (see post below).
Ammo and Boat Magazine invited illustrators from in and around the capital to come to Boat's studio space to create a series of maps of London.
The 1st 'special edition' magazine from Ammo. Featuring a selection of black and white artwork from 33 artists accompanied by their thoughts about working with a limited colour palette.
I joined up with my good friends at Inkygoodness to launch the 8th issue of Ammo Magazine. This time the Inkygoodness girls decided to bring their ehibition to Birmingham, just around the corner from my workplace.
The venue was the new Zellig Gallery in the Custard factory and it was a really impressive space. Hopefully they'll be many more events like this in Birmingham.
I created an Illustration for the Birmingham Royal Ballet as part of their first Pointe Blank exhibition.
All artwork for the exhibition was based on Coppélia with the aim of introducing a younger generation to ballet and the BRB.
For our first 'official' PubClub event we headed up to Manchester to team up with Inkygoodness on their Totem tour. We held it in the basement of Cord Bar.
It was a great space, with dirty white tiles covering the walls. The Inkygoodness artists worked on their Totems and we had a space with live screen printing of our first PubClub zine.
I launched issue 4 of Ammo Magazine at the Inkygoodness exhibition in the East Gallery, Brick Lane.
A huge crowd turned out and it was busy all night long. Met lots of old friends and also lots of Ammo artists for the first time.