Montage for The Economist. Big thanks to Graham James.
Another self-portrait from Osdorp. Drawn in pencil, graphite, charcoal, brush pen, pastel and acrylic. I really got into the A3-sized Cachet books by Daler-Rowney, with this recycled, wrapping paper-coloured, paper.
Double selfie drawn in Osdorp. Made in ink, pastel, acrylic, pencil, charcoal and gel-pen.
Drawing of Lemmy O’Brien in brush pen, colour pencil and graphite.
Montage for The Economist. Many big thanks to Graham James.
Self-portrait in pencil, gel pen, coloured pencil, charcoal, felt tip pen, pastel. I had this one made into some business cards, some of which have survived ’til now.
Things to do. Man menaced by own to do list.
A metre-wide drawing for The Open Draw’s one year birthday exhibition at Galerie Bart on Prinsengracht. Drawn with water-colour pencils.
This poor bugger was just lying there in the road, one eye completely popped out, cars slowly driving around it. I picked it up out the road and put it in under a bush. I really wasn’t too sure what to make of it all.
Drawn from memory in pencil, colour pencil, pastel and acrylic pen, on Cachet recycled paper.
A portrait of Al Bowlly—’The Big Swoon’ as they called him. A picture version of ‘Riptide‘… torn between two loves, the old and the new… from Mozambique to bombing raids on London. Where will it take me? What shall I do?