Wednesday, 22 June 2011

EjectorSeat Arts and Music Festival video.

I created all the little drawings for The EjectorSeat Arts and Music Festival just last month, and these guys created a lovely little video about the event. Well worth a watch.


For a look at the illustrations go to 7-seconds for a green monster, and then here: www.ejectorseat.co.uk for the official website.

Monday, 6 June 2011

Lots of photos, one big canvas.

The EjectorSeat Arts and Music Festival 2011. Palmerston Park, Southampton.

EjectorSeat Festival Publications.

Several months of hard work from everyone connected with EjectorSeat, leading to one amazing day in the centre of Southampton.

A little later on I will post a few of the days photos, for now here is a collection of the promotional material that was created from my illustrations.

Big thanks to Mac Ince, co-founder of EjectorSeat, the boys at the Johnny Toaster Graphic Design Agency, Aaron Dawkins, The Media Workshop, and everyone else who had a hand in creating these items, and making the day a corker!



Sunday, 5 June 2011

EjectorSeat Arts and Music Festival. WOW!

At this ridiculous hour on a SUNDAY morning, I can still appreciate the amazing job the folks at EjectorSeat did yesterday.

The festival which filled (quite literally) Palmerston Park in the centre of Southampton, was simply brilliant! Local bands, local food, local artists and illustrators, and glorious sunshine.
In the next day or so I will upload the photos, but for now all you (and I) can do, is look forward to next years!

Friday, 3 June 2011

Traditional French ski posters.

Voila! Poster three, in my series of replica traditional French ski posters.

Posters one and two are a bit further down the page, so if curious, have a scroll down.



Wednesday, 1 June 2011

EjectorSeat Arts Festival pocket guide.

Using my illustrations, the clever folks at Johnny Toaster have created a pocket guide to show you what's on where, at the one and only EjectorSeat Arts Festival.

The image below is not the full guide... More of a taster. But to download this miniature beauty, go along to the Johnny Toaster website at: http://www.johnnytoaster.co.uk/

See you Saturday!