The good people of modernist icon of architecture, the De La Warr Pavilion, commissioned me to create a 2.6 x 4.6 mural of a map reflecting the building and its environment. The map was to be created at smaller dimensions and then enlarged to be printed out on archival wallpaper – eventually being shown as
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In the Autumn of 2017, I got picked up for representation by Art Republic, an organisation with galleries both in Brighton and London and with a huge online presence. Initially they took on just a few of my maps; the map of Brighton and also the Moon map. Alongside the standard prints, they suggested creating
This is a short post due to a whole tsunami of deadlines but I just wanted to wish you all a very happy Christmas and year’s end! 2017 has been an exciting time for me – from creating maps for film to drawings for tv; from seeing my first book published that I had both
Its been a while since I last wrote. But mainly these past few months have been taken up by more writing. Not for a blog though, but for a book about hand drawn maps. The book deal was signed in late July and I hit the ground running as the deadline was mid October giving
On a very wet and gloomy Saturday morning in February, I took the tube to Bank Station in the heart of the city in London. Usually teaming with suits and umbrellas, the rain-polished streets were eerily empty, giving me a chance to look up and appreciate the beautiful, palely plastered architecture. I’ve never fully noticed
Earlier this year, Onca Centre for Arts and Ecology, based in Brighton commissioned me to illustrate some promotional material for them – a series of four postcards that could also be read as a panoramic whole. Each postcard would be able to work independently as an image but put together, show the way to Onca.
I was commissioned by musician and performance artist, Ingrid Plum to create a map as album artwork for her debut , Plangent. The map needed to show the journey Ingrid made creating the album, the instruments used and also the people who supported her musically on each track along the way. Travelling between the