Tuesday, December 13, 2016


my cats are officially famous, they have a whole page in the current issue of varoom magazine. big thanks to the Association of Illustrators for the feature!

Sunday, November 06, 2016

Financial Times cover

A front cover and some spreads from yesterday's FT Weekend magazine for an excellent article by Edward Luce on the current state of chaos in the USA. Read the article here.

Sunday, October 23, 2016


zantidote.com is live! this is a new collaboration between writer mantis kane and myself, check the site for weekly updates and follow zantidote on twitter and instagram, lots of good stuff to come.

Monday, August 29, 2016

POST festival

A big thanks to everyone who organised and attended post design festival at space 10 in copenhagen - it was great to be invited to give a talk at this event, met lots of nice people, talked about the current state of visual culture, hung out, got to see a bit of copenhagen and caught up with some old friends. 

Thursday, August 25, 2016

Penguin Books

This should be out soon, a cover for How Many Miles to Babylon by jennifer johnston. Big thanks to all at penguin. loved this project so i made a bunch of different versions, this is the one that made the final cut.

Monday, August 22, 2016

AOI World Illustration Awards

Many thanks to the AOI for shortlisting the refugee project at this year's world illustration awards. The show has been on for a few weeks at Somerset House in London and will go on tour later this year.

Sunday, August 07, 2016

Witchcraft in Liberia

a new project I just finished for save the children is featured on the telegraph site today. the work includes a series of illustrations and an animation about a liberian boy who was a victim of belief related abuse. a tricky project in places - i had about 2 weeks to do this, and had to avoid any direct visual references to torture, and i wasn't allowed to mention the involvement of the church, which is where most of the bad stuff actually took place - the 'lady who lived out of town' is actually a pastor. There are a couple of versions of the animation, this one features a voiceover by Dele Sosimi and is by far my favourite of the two. The animation also features clips from an interview with the boy.

Monday, July 04, 2016

foreign policy

may / june's front cover of foreign policy magazine, a feature on david vincenzetti, with several small illustartions accompanying the article. i was holding back on posting this but it looks like i'm not going to be sent a physical copy, so check the link above for the online version.

Here's some process stuff, for more of this check my instagram. 

Sunday, March 13, 2016

Press awards & Bloomberg Markets

Well, after nearly 3 months of living out of cardboard boxes and suitcases, and more than a year of living in transition, I've finally moved into a new house. Renting in London is tough, but buying a home in London has to be one of the most stressful and ridiculous things I've ever gone through. If I never see another fucking estate agent for as long as I live, it'll be too soon.

Meanwhile, stuff has been going on, so here are a couple of new things. First off, I'm pleased to say the Save the children project has been shortlisted for a digital innovation award at the British Press Awards, for the mobile feature in the telegraph. big thanks to the telegraph, save the children, the staff at civico zero and everyone else involved.

Also, here's something new for Bloomberg Markets, a double page spread and some animation for a piece about the current state of anxiety in european banking.

Also, a vole in a french horn, for stewart lee in the observer sometime a few weeks ago.

Sunday, January 03, 2016

2 videos

2 short animations which accompany the Save The Children refugee project.