Very pleased to share a preview of our artwork for Berenice Scott’s new album, “Polarity”. Berenice is an accomplished singer/songwriter and session musician, having toured extensively with Heaven 17. Her new album “Polarity” is released June 2nd, and she’ll be launching it that evening at the Pizza Express Jazz Club in Soho, London. For the artwork we went for a very ‘classic’ look which suits her style really well. Full write up […]
Proofs/test prints for Biggie! Now an 18”x24” screen print, in black, metallic gold & silver by Bunbury. Dropping soon… Follow me on Twitter at @BunburyCreative for updates.
Nice bit of personal work to share, this is a letterpress-style poster I made for my goddaughter Evie’s christening over the weekend. It’s an A2 one colour screen print on 315gsm Somerset paper, printed by myself at Print Club. Love and blessings to the parents! If anyone would like to commission a similar print, just get in touch.
How cool is this? A customer named Allen Dajao (@dajaoallen) emailed this awesome photo of my ‘Cobra Kai Needs You’ print, proudly signed by William Zabka! (he played arch-nemesis Johnny Lawrence in the 1984 ‘Karate Kid’ film). Apparently Allen was at a comic convention in California yesterday, and got to meet both Ralph Macchio and William. William apparently had seen my print already and really liked it! Big thanks to Allen for sending that over.
I absolutely love the old Mego Corp logo. I don’t even love it in an nostalgic sense – I think it’s good by contemporary standards. It just fits the brand perfectly. The Mego Corporation was a toy company that dominated the action figure toy market during most of the 1970s. From a humble start they began buying licenses from films, TV shows and comic books, including Star Trek and Planet Of The Apes. They were probably best known for their […]
This poster for Jonathan Glazer’s forthcoming vampish science-fiction film ‘Under The Skin’ (starring a highly-praised Scarlett Johannsson) is probably my favourite film poster art of recent memory. Without sounding too arrogant it looks like something I would do – or perhaps like to do. It has that late 70s-early 80s sheen that informs so much of my visual iconography. Interestingly, in 2008 I had actually been working on a similar image – albeit not nearly […]