Sunday, 10 October 2010
I've just finished a backdrop for a book signing at Harrods. Lily author of a zombie ate my cupcake is signing books on 29th of October, Theres gonna be models of zombies eating cakes from the book at a table, with my background of a haunted kitchen behind it. If you're around check it out.
Thursday, 30 September 2010
Saturday, 18 September 2010
Spoke to French the other day, the new witchcraft samples have just arrived. Four boards this time round featuring artwork by French, Murdoch Stafford (Aus), Matt Glover and myself.
Mine is the second from the right, the idea between French's and mine comes from the novel by Jame Herbert "The Shrine". Which is set in a town near Brighton, in which a young girl becomes possessed by the spirit of Witch who was a Nun and was burnt under a tree in the town of Banfield.
Matt Glover's (www.myspace.com/mattyglover) board is the 8.5" shape and is a depiction of the Angel of Death and a wolf....well you need the Angel Death as a graphic right?
Murdoch Stafford's (murdochhardware.blogspot.com) board is the new shape added to this run at 8.75", super function but large. The graphic is a demon goat warrior..... what else do you expect?
Boards and the new clothes should be in skate shops by mid october.
If theres hell below we're all gonna go!
Sunday, 12 September 2010
I just got a couple of snazzy new copies of A Zombie Ate My Cupcake, by Lily Vanilli. Its a book of 25 fiendish recipes for gruesome cakes. If you are a fan of the grotesque but also have a sweet tooth then this is the book for you. Below are few piccies of some illustrations I done inside the book.
Friday, 4 June 2010
My brethren a dark force is upon us, as of this week witchcraft boards are available for sale. This is the first run of boards from a new company dedicated to metal and the general shredding of gnar, the designs by French, Sam Roberts and myself come in three manly sizes and are evil as fuck!
Check out the website for more info www.witchcrafthardware.com
Thursday, 8 April 2010
I went to the Hunterian Museum the other day, its part of the royal college of surgeons to show students various anatomical studies and medical anomalies, if you like loads of weird things pickled in jars definately one to check out. Above is some hands and feet with elephantitis.