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This is a new edition to my portfolio, called masked joker, actually its a throwback to an illustration I did in about 1971 for a design group I was working for at the time he was just a business man. It was one of four...

This exhibition at 'Nice Things' in Ramsgate is predominately about 'The Selfish Crocodiles' twentieth anniversary. I am showing original artworks together with full size pencil roughs, thumbnails and giclee prints. Also there are a few other prints for sale. The shows function is also to show others...

It's now 20 years since The Selfish Crocodile was published and 20 years since the birth oh my youngest son James! I am very proud of both. This book still remains one of my favourites to have illustrated, it was my first proper picture book as apposed...

I have just published a fiction book on Amazon Kindle called 'Sci-Fi Shorts', consisting of nine sci-fi stories, ranging from out of this world events to robots. I illustrated the cover my self, which I hope gives a flavour of the book. I have always been interested...

I did this image working from 'Don't beat your self up'. I have tried something different for the background using abstract images to put over the aggressive movments rather than just movement lines in white....

Well the exhibition preview went well but it had started to rain and was cold so probably put some people off but thanks to those who came....

My exhibition at McGillan & Woodell in Ramsgate, Kent the UK is coming up this Thursday the 1st of February starting in the afternoon with a preview from 6 to 8pm and on for two weeks. Most of this is going to be original artworks, a...

Good news, I have been contacted by a lady in the US, about doing a caricature of Aubrey Beardsley. She is a big fan of his and has some of his artworks! I first sent her by email a pencil drawing and then did the artwork...

Here is another artwork on the story of 'Jack and the Beanstalk', this is were Jack is running off with the chicken from the giants house. This as with the other started off in flat colours, then I decided to go back to introducing a bit...