Over the past years I've worked on a number of commissions; some for private clients, others for commercial/brand use and some other instances of licensing. Above are some examples of commissioned pieces. Please get in touch directly if you would like to enquire about commissioning me for a project.
“Big, small or just plain weird, I love to tackle any exciting new project. Just don't ask me to do family or pet portraits”.
I love creating bespoke pieces, for peoples homes or in public spaces, such as hotel foyers or office spaces.
Typically there is no restrictions on size: big or small. Nor on budget. I'm happy to provide cheap solutions to fill any wall space. Please reach out to discuss your requirements.
My past design background has provided me with an ability to natural adapt to commercial and brand related projects. I have worked with numerious advertising and brand agencies and with brands directly.
This year I was commissioned by Penguin Classics to create the cover artwork for four George Orwell titles, including 1984, Animal Farm, Homage to Catalonia and Down and Out in Paris and London.
I'm happy to license some of my work for commercial use, but only if there is a fit. An example of this was Wired Magazine (part of Condé Nast group) in Italy wanted to use my Masks of Fear work on the cover of the magazine to feature an interview with Nadezhda Tolokonnikova (aka Nadya Tolokno) from Pussy Riot.
If you have an idea where you think my work might click with your idea please drop me an email.