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I’ve moved to blogspot so go check me there. Its way easier for me and you get to see a new goody …
- “The best thing is, you could leave the whole bike unlocked and nobody would nick it. Even if they tried, he’d probably turn on the thief and bash them to bits.”
- “If anyone is daft enough to bid more than £100, I will laugh like a drain all the way to the pub – you trendy whipper snapper you.”
- “This fixie will not have any of your nonsense. You, yes you over there in your drainpipe jeans rolled up one leg and your cotton peaked cap. You with the immaculate ‘lock it and look at it’ fixie from East London. You won’t want this. This bike is too hard for you. It will kick sand in your face. It hates you.”
Filed under: Design, Funn, Illustration | Tags: Bear, Design, Dont Make Me Call The Bears, Foundation, Illustration, Tonop Bungay
Heres my final book cover for my Tono Bungay piece and my storyboard for “Don’t make me call the bears”. The storyboard illustrates myself and my bear army defeating the evil Christmas singing dogs… grrrr. Enjoi
is toooo good. I would highly recommend buying this to cure your jungle print cravings :) I always find that there is something amazing about flicking through a print book due to the texture as you feel like you have to be so gentle with it even though its tougher than a normal magazine… hmm strange. Anyway check out the website to order one.
Filed under: Design, Funn, Illustration, Travel | Tags: Booooooom, Fiona Ackerman, London, Panoramic
Okay so I just got back from London with college which was an amazing trip. Got to see some real cool pieces of art and also bought myself a panoramic camera so the photos from that should be up soon. Also a new edit should be up very soon as well, maybe even tonight!!! Anyway just stumbled across these paintings by Fiona Ackerman on Booooooom and really like them. I love the collage feel they give and really like the simplicity off them. Enjoi
Just browsing flickr and found this ladies’ work. Really digging it, especially the gentleman as it’s kinda relevant to the brief I’ve just finished for Tono Bungay.