A series of monoprints. The technique involves rolling out a thin layer of ink on a sheet of perspex, then removing it with a rag or fine implement to make the drawing. Drawing in negative. The remaining ink is then passed through the press to create the monoprint.
Posters for Bowie Pinups show, January 2017. Young Americans and Life On Mars?
These are all hard ground etchings. A thin layer of hard wax is laid down on a sheet of copper and the drawing is made with the fine tip of a metal scribe. The plate is then etched in a solution of ferric chloride, which bites into the copper lines exposed by the scribe. This leaves very fine channels in the copper which are then inked up, wiped back, and printed.
In 2005 I made a solo trip around the world, a journey of ten months that began in Moscow and the Trans-Siberian railway, and took in dozens of countries and hundreds of encounters with people along the way. I tried to draw as many people as I could.
A couple of covers I did for the online events guide Le Cool.
A suite of Dublin-themed illustrations for use on Bewleys Green Sencha Tea packs.
Commissioned for the Wexford Way in Ireland, an historical trail of early Norman buildings and settlements. I really enjoyed bringing the history to life, the gnarled labourers and the now-ruined churches and windmills.
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