world toilet day

world toilet day

  Shockingly, one in three women worldwide face incredible risks (such as rape, or disease) simply because they don’t have access to a proper working toilet. To support the work that Water Aid are doing on the issue, I drew this short comic strip. It accompanies the film they made for  ‘World Toilet Day’ last November. You can find a copy of my strip in the latest issue of Oasis – Water Aid’s supporter...
cyclist

cyclist

A few months ago, I overheard an obnoxious, whiney cyclist complaining about her lot. So, when the guys at the Tooting Free Press asked me if I could draw something for their first issue, I drew her. I did it back at the beginning of the year and I think it’s clear from the style that I some of Searle’s ‘New Mayhew’ drawings kicking about. It certainly looks a lot more considered and ‘traditional’ than the stuff I’ve been doing in the last month or two. Still quite like it, though. If you want to find out what she was complaining about, then you’ll need to get hold of a copy of the paper....
personagges

personagges

  For a few years, now, I’ve been writing articles about bande dessinée for Vingt Paris – an online, English speaking magazine about the French capital. Most recently, I got to pick up my dip-pens for them, and draw the kind of people you’d meet in and around various arrondissements. Some of my favourites are above (which you can also check out on flickr). But why bother with that, when you can head over to the newly-revamped Vingt Paris...