Here’s a two page comic for the UK based bicycling enthusiasts' magazine, Ride Journal. It’s called “Lily”, it’s a romance and it was great to work on.
Wired World 2018
I don’t think millennials are ruining everything, but I did draw about it for Wired UK in their 2018 Annual. And robots and squirrels and climate change. And I’ll tell you this…the fun didn’t stop there!
Wired World 2017
Well, well, well, what are governments and corporations up to? Check out a few samples from the pages of WW17. Fun for the whole family!
A fun day of eavesdropping led to this one page comic. Thanks to Off Life Magazine for publishing it. And thanks to the guy on the tram for not talking to me about his onion issues.
Most people moan when they got lost in a city. Azmat Yusuf developed a solution. Citymapper. Thanks to Wired UK for the hot tip and for giving me the chance to tell Azmat’s story.
There’s a lot of crazy retail technology heading your way. Facial recognition, robot stockists, clothes that know when you’ve touched them! Here are some small diagrammatic illustrations for a recent Wired UK article.
New York Times
I had a great time illustrating reader’s tweets for The New York Times’ Thread Column. Thought provoking material to work with!
Wired World 2019
Houses that talk to corporations, an angry piece of coal, the hard to understand world of blockchain and a conversation with Mother Earth. Phew! Thanks once again to Wired UK for including me in their yearly annual.
Bright Red Seesaw
Memory is slippery. And faces? Even slipperierer.
Wired UK’s Health issue. Top tips, things to learn about and things that make you go, “hmm.” Like sitting around every day drawing – apparently not that great for the ticker. Hmm.
Wired UK – Gravitational Waves
Illustrating how gravitational waves are measured for a Wired UK article. Actual gravitational waves were discovered in the months prior, justifying Einstein’s theory a century after the fact. Nothing like being proven right…even if you’re dead!
My Holiday of Death
This four page comic was a finalist in the annual Observer, Jonathan Cape, Comica Graphic Short Story Prize (2014) and was published in Meanwhile 5, by Soaring Penguin Press. It’s in a different style to everything else, but I’ve had a lot of great times chronicling this little fool’s life!