My Mad Max piece is being exhibited at 71a gallery on the 7th August through to the 10th. There are some AMAZING pieces and as always Little White Lies will put on a great show! Get yourself down there!
More info here : www.littlewhitelies.co.uk/features/articles/time-after-time-a-post-apocalyptic-movie-poster-spectacular-27362
sunshineandsadness said: Heyy you did a mad max piece, and as a hardcore fan of the films, I gotta say it was great. Keep up the work with all your other stuff!
Thanks so much! The piece will actually be available as a print very soon from www.littlewhitelies.co.uk i think some time in august so you can always go buy a copy! :D
Thanks again and very glad you like the work!
All the best
Illustration for Little White Lies 54
This illustration is part of a series of works by 10 illustrators based around 10 post apocalyptic movies. My chosen movie was the absolute classic Mad Max! Super fun to work on this one!
This will be available as an A2 print very soon and will be displayed in an exhibition at 71a Gallery, stay tuned for more info!
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Spot Illustration for Bulletin Magazine
I have another print for sale with Mammoth&co!
'The Wise Stag' is now available from there website, go have a look!
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Art Director - Timba Smits
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Spot illustration for Radio Listings section.
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Illustration for The Skinny Magazine’s Tourism section. This piece was to accompany an article on tourism in Venice and the positive and negative impact it has on there culture and history.
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Illustrated map for Atlanta Magazine
This map shows some great place to shop in the city of Atlanta.
Art Director - Mark Ziemer
Alternative version of my Paris Map for Eurostar Met Magazine (this map was unused as the brief changed)
My new website is live!
Go have a look!