High Rides & Low Tides exhibition 2012

Collective: Brothers of the Stripe
Project: High Rides & Low Tides exhibition

This set of 3 illustrations were created for the first ‘Brothers of the Stripe‘ exhibition – High Rides & Low Tides.

The story of Giant Bird & Little Bunny – ‘Tori Atama to Usagi Chan’ – a short adventure at sea. The water barely covers Giant Bird’s ankles, as he wades through the sea with his head in the clouds. Little bunny plays and sleeps – carefree in the protect on her giant friend…

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Get A Grip & The Custard factory Presents:

“HIGH RIDES AND LOW TIDES”
Is the first of 8 group exhibition of original works by Brothers of The Stripe.
The show aims to bring together a mix of individual illustration styles & A unique Visual take on imaginative rides via land and sea.

originals, limited edition prints and more.

Brothers of The stripe are Stephen Chan, Joel Millerchip, Kristian Jones, FiST, The Cloud Commission, Iain Sellar, Will Scobie, and Mr The Beef.

On the opening night there will be Live drawing, Live Screen printing By GET A GRIP and live music (TBA).

A massive thank you to The Custard Factory, Get A Grip, and Our Sponsor Kuretake.

www.brothersofthestripe.co.uk
www.getagripstudio.com
www.custardfactory.co.uk
www.kuretake.co.uk

Tentacle Lady – 24 hour print

Do you have a hankering for something to fill a nice space on your wall, say around 14 by 18 inches? If so, you could do worse than to check out www.stealthisart.com on Tuesday 12th June. They’ll be selling my Pink Girl with Tentacles for only $30, 14″ x 18″ Giclee on Matte Velvet Fine Art Paper. It’s limited to only 50 prints however, and once they’re gone that’s it.
It was nice to produce some work which was entirely original, and not so pop culture inspired, and hopefully it’s a theme I can revisit soon.

Lana Del Rey poster

This was my entry into a competition to design a poster for Lana Del Rey. I wanted to evoke a 1950s Hollywood screen siren feel to it. In the 1950s newspapers were the main medium for tabloid scoops, which led me to create the background with a newspaper feel of headlines taken from her lyrics.

You can view my process of creating this poster here.

Vectology 2.0


Vectology.com is only seven days away and I’m so excited to be able to share what I have in store for the vector community. It has been 8 long months of hard work, but Vectology.com is finally ready to launch.
Go to Vectology.com and sign up for my free Kindle Fire giveaway. You can use tweets, likes, and comments to gain entry points. There is no limit on how many entries you can earn!

Also, enter your email to download two free Pre-launch videos.

Here is the Link

Good luck!

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