Every once in a while, something happens that makes you wish you could go back in time and say to your younger self “Look at this!”
For me, it was today when Graham Cole OBE wore a t-shirt I designed. The design was based on the character he played for 25 years in The Bill, PC Tony Stamp.
Given that designing t-shirts for Moodybear is something I love doing, and that I’m a huge fan of Graham (and fortunate enough to call him a friend), this is something that really means a lot to me.
You can find the t-shirt exclusively on Moodybear.
Here is a small gallery of photos I took for Peter Alexander Hair.
I painted a pink Batman, for no good reason.
In 2015, I did a photoshoot for Peter Alexander Hair. Here are some photos from that shoot hanging in the salon.
I’ve been trying my hand at painting some of my Moodybear designs.
A friend of mine has gotten my Pirate Bear mascot tattooed on his leg, and it looks terrific! It’s always a thrill to know someone likes my stuff enough to get them tattooed!
Here is a selection of brand new designs I made for Moodybear. Check the Facebook page for latest releases and special offers.
I was very pleased to work with Dublin Bears again this year to produce the visual identity for their ever-popular Béar Féile event. Here are the posters and Facebook cover I created for them.
A design I’ve been working on for a while. I think it’s done.
An old piece of artwork I did, back in 2013.