Monday, 20 October 2008

misbox disaster line

i love halloween, and its nearly here. listening to lots of misfits and eighties matchbox. here is a little fellow i am working on....
with this provoke change project, i am thinking about how people could potentially use tattoos to advertise more than just personal things.. branding and logos..

Saturday, 18 October 2008


this is one of the coolest videos i have seen in a while

Monday, 13 October 2008


These are for a 'provoke change' project.
I met this guy yesterday at work who had one of the worst tattoo's I have ever seen. He started talking to me because of one of mine he had seen, and then proceeded to show me his. (I dont care) It was a japanese Koi, and was so awful I didn't know what to say to him. I wish I had a picture to show the extent of this eyesore. But anyway, this brings me to the point of how mainstream tattooing has become. Anyone can get one. Literally, anyone.
Has tattooing lost it's magic charm? Its romanticism with criminal culture? Tattoo's are about Pirates. Thieves. Vagabounds. Lovable rebels. Not 17 year old kids thinking they are the next Scott Campbell, Mark Mahoney, Les Skuse or Horiyoshi III.
Bring it back gentle.

Saturday, 11 October 2008


drew this...
its a bit flat for my liking....
but just as badass

Friday, 10 October 2008


i have barely slept
and finding it impossible to work
this is what is keeping me going:

Monday, 6 October 2008


If button D is pressed, the coin moves against cylinder F and pushes it into the hollow cylinder K where it serves as a plunger, causing a displacement of the channel in the vicinity of F.
And so I produced these:


To get back in the swing of things.
Here are a few things I have drawn.
And that I like.