Monday, 21 September 2009

Tiny Marmoset Marmobot Pleasure-Borg 2000

Here's a little perverted primate of pleasure I drew for It's the smallest known pleasure primate in the world, but by no means the most innocent. It sure makes me happy though, which is the whole point of the site.

Wednesday, 16 September 2009

Public Enemy

Here's another illustration I did for Mad Dog Magazine. This one accompanied an article about Public Enemy - again something I know nothing about, but I like the way this one turned out.

Tuesday, 15 September 2009

Choon Wah Wah!

Here's the cover I did for the Mad Dog Mix Tape series. You can download the tracks off the website and get down with your bad selves once you have done so. I love chihuahuas and one day I hope to own one with the boggliest eyes and most tombstone like teeth in the land.

Friday, 11 September 2009

The Bags in Real Life

I finally got around to taking actual pictures of the bags I did for Lindy Lou. They're pretty good in real life as they fold right down and come with a little carry pouch you can pop them in to - if only they were more manly so I could stride around proudly with them on my shoulders.

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

Snow White & her little animal chums

I've been admiring the work of Darko Djordjevic for a while and we've been virtual pals for ages, but this week we organised ourselves and finally did a piece together. His characters are brilliant and look at how fantastically he shaded my animals.
Check out the rest of his work on his MySpace page.

Thursday, 3 September 2009

Lunartik Show at Forbidden Planet

If you're out and about in London's fashionable West End on Saturday, around lunch time, I advise you to pop into Forbidden Planet on Shaftesbury Avenue and go and see Matt Jones with his new toy. He'll be on hand to sign and talk (and he really can talk) and there's a fantastic window display of Lunartiks in Cups of Tea by the nation's favourite artists and me.
I always have a slight fear of doing these customs as I get frustrated by their shapes and end up smudging them and they never turn out as good as I want them to. Then you have to display them next to people who are amazing at this like the Triclops chaps. But have a look in the window and enjoy this impressive collection.

Tuesday, 1 September 2009

Kitten Parasites

Well it's September already and I haven't bigged up my sister blog: Kitten Parasites in ages. I can't believe you haven't checked it out yet - it's fantastic. I have a few Kitten Parasite books left, so get in touch if you want a copy. They're only £7 squid and they'll make ideal Christmas pressies, it'll be hear sooner than you think.
Check out those suffering kitties here.