Couple of new portraits, the author Donna Tartt and musician Mathangi “Maya” Arulpragasam (M.I.A)
A few examples of my ongoing mandala project.
These mandalas seem undeniably feminine in their appearance and I wanted this to be reflected in their titles. I wanted them to have female names but for the name to be significant so decided to make a gift of them, as I often do with my artwork, and give them to women I know and cherish who the mandalas are named after. Each of the women are as unique as the mandalas themselves.
These will eventually be available as prints. Until then, you can see them on my drawings page.
I’m selling copies of my Wu-Tang inspired print at my big cartel store:
Limited run yo
Got a new page up for the work I have featured in the WU HA : 20 20 Wu Tang Is For The Children show. It runs from 6th-14th March 2014 at The Londonewcastle Project Space in London.
Here are a couple of couples I drew portraits of for the occasion of their weddings. Miles Monaghan and Sally Reynolds, Tom Halley and Michelle Halley.
I’d like to do portraits like these for more people so if you know a couple or are a couple and would like to have a portrait drawn then get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org I only need a photograph to draw from. I’d also be up for doing portraits of people in general. I can confirm, they make very good gifts!
Very C*nty II – IV
I’ve been working on these drawings for quite some time now and I’ve just finished the latest installment, Very C*nty IV…
There’s a whole new page dedicated to my Strange Famous portraits. It includes this most recent patterned craziness (I love COPIC 0.03 “snibsy nibs”) : My portrait of Prolyphic…