Posts Categorized: Illustration
As part of a Feast Film Nights screening of the incredible and inspiring documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune, DJ Food (Ninja Tune records) weaved together an hour long set of music and samples connected with Frank Herbert’s most famous novel, Dune, accompanied by my cosmic geometric animations.
I haven’t posted on here for some time due to being immersed in studying and practicing geometry. One of the aspects I’ve found most rewarding and stimulating is the process of analysing and reconstructing a pattern. It’s done wonders for the development of my understanding of geometric proportions and pattern making.
Here are some photos of a screenprint I was recently commissioned to create of the first two verses of The Lady of Shalott by Alfred Tennyson. It’s a one-off screenprint printed onto Fabriano Rosapina 285gsm in silver and black ink.
Now that I’m borderline obsessed with geometric design after my course at the Prince’s School of Traditional Arts, it’s clear to me that geometry has not only always underpinned my work but underpins the way the world works. I’ve come across lots of geometric art recently but I wanted to start by posting work from… Read more »
Not only are we finally launching our online shop Ambigraph Prints, selling high quality art prints and greeting cards, we’re also selling them in a new collective box shop called Rock Paper Scissors in West Norwood. The shop is full of locally made and curated products from 25 local makers, who are running the shop… Read more »
“Look deep into nature, then you will understand everything.” Albert Einstein One of my visual (and musical) obsessions is repetition which manifests itself in an ongoing interest in natural form and pattern.
Following on from last year’s Radiant Dawn print, I’ve just received this lush new Dan Mumford print from the same series (although my backlog of pictures to frame isn’t getting any smaller). Stunning colour palette and tight composition.
… amazing Soundgarden poster by Dan Mumford …
I’ve just designed and screen-printed these babies for our friends at Hand Baked Arcade.
After a few sessions tinkering with my Adana press I’m finally getting some decent results.
I am always in awe of folk who have the focus and patience to work with one technique and give it enough time to gain absolute mastery.
I’ve just received my first custom-made letterpress block in the post!
Ambigraph Studios are now up and running in South London!
Welcome to our final Dermagraph calendar of the month. This has been a very enjoyable project through which we are honoured to have worked with many wonderful models.