I makes teh internets, morans
I've taken leave of my senses... I've decided to declare myself the King of all you survey! Can I hear a Muhaahahahaaaaaaaaaa? Click to purchase this glorious t-shirt...For those that can't read the tiny writing, it says, "I makes teh internets, morans", innit.
Wed, Jan 24 2007 10:14 | illustration
Here's a profile I found a while ago on portfolios.com that I like. Neat vectors in a great cartoon style from Marco. You can find more examples of his work on his own portfolio site. On a side note; is it just me or does the value of portfolios.com seem pretty poor? Their fees are way too high for the service they provide. I'll be downgrading once my subscription is up for renewal.
Water, water, water
This video is amazing, think what illustrations you could put through this baby...via boingboing
World Poker Tour mag: Issue 12
With a pre-Christmas trip to Vegas and the festive season all rolling into one, I've been a bit lax on promoting our latest issue. So here it is...Incidentally my trip to the US was to bag a bunch of poker professionals during the Five Diamond Poker tournament. We had photoshoots with about a dozen top players, Doyle Brunson, David Williams, and Liz Lieu amongst them. It was a great experience, and
Tue, Dec 26 2006 02:55 | personal
I just love getting a cold at Christmas! Sniff. Merry Boxing Day to you all. I've been a bit quiet lately due to a last minute trip to Las Vegas to photograph some poker stars for future covers of WPT Poker magazine. More about that when I get better...
Thunder Chunky Xmas Project
Tue, Dec 5 2006 03:56 | illustration
Here's a fun little daily christmas blog showing an image from different top illustrators from around the world. This one is part of Sam Gilbey's contribution. Just the ticket to get you in a festive mood or strengthen your bah-humbuggage. Ho ho ho.
World Poker Tour mag: Issue 11
A trip to Cardiff doesn't normally fill me with joy, so when Ian, my editor, suggested a photoshoot there I didn't exactly whoop for joy. However it was to meet up with a guy called Antonio Esfandiari. He met us whilst filming a TV event and was very willing to entertain our ideas for the shoot. Anyway our photographer, Jesse Wilde, bagged a whole sackload of shots for us to work with. Once I'd chosen
biddly biddly bong
All done on whiteboard apparently - must have taken an age! Found on 77percent.
I've just updated the portfolio section of this site to include some recent work.
This is just a quick image I mashed together for one of the mags main news items. It was to support a piece about potential poker business acquisitions due to the recent turmoil caused by US legislation.