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    Pictures drawn in Photoshop.
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Wake up call • 108 x 70 cm  • 07/12
bigger view here
Pavement Art for Wired Italia • 24 x 24 cm • 07/09

Public Guidance System • 117 x 56 cm • 05/12
See this and one other somewhere on the Shanghai metro.
Mere seconds before • 50 x 50 cm • 10/12
Massive tarmac arrow indicates its target. Beware of massive tarmac arrows! Closer view here 
Come with me to the shoreline • 07/14
Cover art for Daniel Patrick Quinn's Acting The Rubber Pig Redux
Roadside Assistance • 42 x 26 cm • 07/08
Way to the Cen’re • 58 x 36 cm • 02/08
The Beetroot Incident at Feltham libray. • 65 x 65 cm • 01/10
One of my earliest memories involving colour. All that purple. It was like walking in on some terrible crime scene.
Creativematch illustration winner April 2010 • also in Computer Arts issue 174
 Quality Family Time  41 x 28 cm • 12/12
Our Treat • 48 x 50 cm • 04/13
My neighbours in Jakarta used to do this. Like it was meant to cheer the birds up or something.
Curtains (That’s All Folks!) • 04/13
I made this when Lloyd died. That's what it's about: saying 'bye' in a hospital.
White van man • 34 x 50 cm • 12/12
"wotthefugyewlookinatmate?"
John and Paul get away from it all • 70 x 46 cm • 05/12
[higher res here
Herberts • 34 x 34 cm • 06/10
This building really exists: it’s the back of a shop on Herbert Avenue (not far from The Dorset Knob — all true). When I see somewhere this wonky, I just have to stop and get photos. Sometimes you get chased away, not always. Either way, I made it the setting for a picture about “the feeling of anticipating being caught doing something dodgy”.
Cover illustration for Focus magazine • 08/15
Cover illustration for The Economist • 04/08
Cover illustration for The Economist
Cover illustration for Which? magazine • 12/12
Cover illustration for The Economist • 01/14
Picture for Al Bowlly. • 80 x 80 cm • 05/13
The Big Swoon they called him... [to go with this].
Inside illustration for Which? magazine • 02/16
Breakfast • 64 x 72 cm • 11/08 
Oh no, look at all that washing up. Based on a slide my mum found in the loft left there by the previous occupiers. 

TV POV • 66 x 66 cm • 05/09
Drag Me Away Don’t Drag Me Away • 72 x 72 cm • 05/07
Ing-ger-lund • 41 x 55 cm • 04/05
Rework of Hogarth's Gin Lane. In this one the news headline reads: “Supersize Ambulances for Obese Patients". 
World Beyond Reach • 73 x 43 cm • 03/04
Featured in Contact New Talent 2004
Keith & Orville • 40 x 40 cm • 09/13
Biker Nick • Photoshop tutorial for Computer Arts issue 100 • Creativematch Flair winner Sept 2004
Book illustration from The Field Guide to Dreams  • 02/05
Cover illustration for The Economist • 09/08
Cover illustration for The Economist • 08/09
Cover illustration for Focus magazine • 08/15
Cover illustration for The Grocer  • 07/13
Inside illustration for The Grocer • 03/15
Hell of an eye • 33 x 30 cm • 02/11
Good shit • 30 x 40 cm • 05/12
The Purbecks from Ashley Road • 34 x 22 cm • 09/06
Cover illustration for The Economist • 05/15
Montage tutorial for Computer Arts magazine • 09/05
Inside illustration for The Grocer • 12/13
The Tube • 45 x 28 cm • 02/06
Blackpool • 63 x 63 cm • 09/03
Memories of Blackpool Pleasure Beach. • Featured in The Journal of the AOI, May 2005.
Full page for Technology Review: 'Planning for a Climate-Changed World'.  • 06/07
My son was annoyed because I used his underpants in the picture. “Needs must, son. Needs must.”
Cover illustration for The Economist • 05/12
Cover illustration for The Economist • 08/10
Is that concrete all around or is it in my head? • 02/14