Sunday, 27 February 2011

T&C Postcards

Us tea & crayons girls have been busying away making some promo goodies to send out to potential creative types, and our postcards arrived this week!! It'll be a very beautiful creative parcel when we're done, I'm v excited about it!

(Above photo from Abby)

Chase Your Dreams

(Reblogged from Tigerlilly Quinn via Typography Served)

I enjoy a nice piece of typography, especially the inspirational kind.

Saturday, 26 February 2011


I have a new print release! It seems to have taken me a while to get around to announcing this, but here it is at last :)
'Drifter' Is a limited edition of 15, archival giclee print on somerset paper.  Prints are a nice 8 x 8 inch size, I like quite small prints, I don't feel like they're taking over a whole wall when they're framed.

The prints are signed and numbered and available on through my etsy shop

(Please email if you're interested in framing)

Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Old Pictures

I love old photographs, especially in black and white. I stumbled across these rather nostalgic looking images of Alaskan indians on their travels (via Poulet Poulet


Monday, 21 February 2011

Worry is a misuse

Daily inspiration :)

(Source: leilockheart)

Tuesday, 8 February 2011

New cards!

I had a couple new little greetings cards printed up, they're available on etsy now.

I made 2 designs, the first was taken from an illustration created for Tea & Crayons 'Home' theme. As the north east is where I consider home, it seemed only appropriate to create a lovely pair of magpies "Two for Joy"

Cards are blank inside and come with environmentally friendly recycled envelopes.
Click here for my etsy shop

Friday, 4 February 2011

Factory Girl

"Remembered for setting the world on fire... creating chaos and uproar wherever she went... she leaves only good wishes behind."

Factory Girl is one my favourite films. If you haven't seen it, I definitely recommend it.
I drew this for my friend who is also a huge fan :)


Tuesday, 1 February 2011

NARC Magazine, February

NARC, one of my favourite music magazines to design for asked me to illustrate a feature in their February issue for the Opinionated article.  The piece is about over commercialised love songs - is the love song nothing more than a cheap and easy way to flog a lame tune, or is it a great medium that's been given a bad name a bunch of mediocrity-mongers

NARC is (free!) and out now and available at Electrik Sheep, The Cluny and various other shops/bars around Newcastle and the north east, so grab yourself a copy :)
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