Competition art work. Book cover design and illustrations for Diana Wynne Jones’ story: Howl’s Moving Castle.
Competition artwork based on the Legend of the hanging of the Hartlepool monkey.
story goes that during the Napoleonic wars (of the early 19th century) a
French ship ran aground in a storm off Hartlepool (north eastern
England). The only survivor was a monkey dressed in a small French
uniform. The locals not understanding its foreign language assumed it
was a French spy.
After a brief trial, where the monkey was unable to defend itself, the townsfolk took the poor creature to the town square and hanged him!
Whatever the truth is, the Legend has endured for over 200 years.
Residence of Hartlepool are known as “monkey hangers”!
Working on an idea for a comic strip series
Promo artwork for the band Gad Zukes
A birthday Illustation I did for a friend.
Homage to one of my favourite bands, Canadian Indie Rockers Mother Mother.
My tribute to the memories of those that fought and served in the D-day campaign and liberation of Europe.
British accounts stated seeing Tommies setting up little gas cookers and serving tea during their battle up the beach!
I am forever grateful to them for the life and freedom I have in France. May we never forget.
New stickers arrived today!
This is my latest artwork for some new stickers!
Here are some ideas for a new Gad Zukes’ T-shirt design. Keeping the fish motif from the last e.p
A little picture I did in homage to the Breton resistance during ww2 !