Series of illustrations of all things Japanese culture made into little demons because why not!
Illustration of a traditional Japanese peony in a cyberpunk digital growth world.
It's Halloween so making some themed decks for Bones Brigade is a bit of no brainer...
A little fan art illustration in reference to Otomo’s Akira.
Mashup and revamp of old school skate designs for Santa Monica Airlines's Natas pro model board designs.
Neon demon girl from Demon High school.
Bit of fan for the amazing Cyberpunk game from Cd Projekt Red - Cyberpunk 2077.
Hero illustration and roll out to pack and print. A project focusing on the gaming power of the Microsoft Xbox 1X and looking some of the exclusive AAA games produced by Microsoft. As a gamer this is the kind of project you dream of and I had so much fun working on this project.
Another rough, non coloured digital sketch. And another sexy katana slinging babe slaying some zombies… What can I tell ya?
Another mashup of ideas and favourite things. Inspired by Mononoke and Akira. How awesome would that anime be?!
Super fun gaming project for Killping gaming. The brief was to reference various MOO games all the while creating an original character.
Work for Nike SB. Making the Nike Swoosh into a section of skatepark and streets, including a few of the main features of both these skate scenes. Also threw in a surf and snow themed even though Nike 6.0 is a thing of the past. was keen to explore how well the Swoosh could lend itself to slide sports.
One of the first collaborations I’ve done a little while ago. For this piece I worked with amazing artist and illustrator Vanessa Vanderhaven to create a mix between analogue and digital. Vanessa drew the face with pencils and I created the rest of the body digitally.
This was a really interesting process for both of us and presented a few challenges along the way! Vanessa runs a super interesting blog in which she’ll throw up a little bit more about the process of this collab.
I also had the pleasure of being invited to do a Livestream with Adobe in which I went through my side of things working digitally. Enjoy!
Bit of mashup fun, crossing Dragon Ball Z villains with Star Wars Storm-troopers.
A goopy take on the awesome shelling sequence from Mamoru Oshii's 1995 Anime.
Hiphop homage to Akira Kurosawa.
Homage piece with a few creative freedoms for Ghost in the Shell.
Having some fun with one of the best characters out there. Kick some ass Chun!!
Quick piece for a group show alongside some top artist in Sydney. The show was centred around raising funds for mental health research.
First go at producing artwork for screenprinting. The legends at Aisle6 in Sydney took care of the rest.
Another piece in the search for ways to explore the Old Vs new themes, in particular in Japanese culture.
Awesome and fun insta collaboration with US artist GLOB CDS.
Fat boy ramen poster just for fun and because it's well and truly ramen season here in Sydney. Nice to get back into a bit of poster design. Something pure about the format...
How do have your ramen? Tonkotsu? Tokyo style Shoyu? Extra egg goo? So many options to fill you with fatty goodness. Texture by the amazing Kindred Studio.
Awesome project I was lucky enough to work on with Adobe and the Sydney chapter of The Design Kids for the Creative Jam event. The brief here was pretty simple - "Creativity".
Special thanks to TDK champion Denise Chippindale and Cindy Chen at Adobe!
A passion piece combining one of my fave shoes and fave artworks together. Using Hokusai's Wave to colour the kick along with the red and white of the Japanese flag.
Super 80s skater punk chick Brigitte Nielsen. 'Cause why not...
A little homage to the legend and power of Metal guitar solos. For those who don't know, a Facemelter is a solo of such epicness as to melt one's face. Enjoy!
Number 2 in the series. One of my favourites - Takoyaki. Went a bit electric here as the natural colours made the image way too hard to register.
A little experiment in lighting, textures, and themes. Also sticking to the Akira vibe lately.
More personal work. GoT had something to do with this one I think.
If Tarantino made a Star Wars flick. A bit of a Ashley Wood homage for this piece.