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Pistol Pope #1 cover 2012

A cover I was commissioned to do as a birthday gift, based on this brief:

 

When a new Pope is chosen, he must first prove himself.

 

How, you say?

 

Simple.

 

He travels back in time to the Old West. To catch outlaws? No. To forge a new frontier? Pah!

 

No, he fights vampire Nazis.

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Twisted Romance (for Electric Sheep magazine, September 2011)

Electric Sheep magazine is a great magazine with "a deviant view of cinema", and a really good podcast (I can definitely recommend the one on 'Secret Societies'). I provided the illustration for their 'Twisted Romance' month, combining images from 3 films they are reviewing and looking at: La PiscineDays of Heaven; and Lars Von Trier's Melancholia.

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Shlomo 'Mouthtronica' cover 2011

Shlomo's a great, experimental beatboxer, often performing with his creation, the Vocal Orchestra. If you get a chance to see him performing with them, or solo, I recommend it.

This is a cover design I came up with for his Mouthtronica EP.

Jane Bromfield childcare logo 2012

A logo I made for a childcare provider.

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Childhood images 2010

These are just images I made that are personal to me. Just some happy memories of my dad, sister and a friend (although looking at it now, in Kids' Stuff, we kind of look like we're doing a 'Hands up don't shoot' protest, which is... different).

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Apostles bar adverts 2010

No, not a weird, religion-themed bar (although it's an interesting idea). The Apostles was named after the area it was in (there were 12 streets - see?).

 

Like most bars, they had themed nights, and these are some of the posters I made to promote them. The Cocktail Night and Jazzy Sundays ones feature staff frmo the bar.

 

Obviously the Halloween one doesn't - I mean, there wasn't a skeleton working at the bar. You knew that.

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Cocktail night advert