Monday, July 25, 2016

August illustration for GO! magazine

Here is the August's illustration for GO Magazine. What an interesting article on invasive species in Australia - and how it creates work for foreigners.
"While working in the Australian Outback, Ian McNaught Davis meets fellow immigrants – namely, the amphibians and weeds."

Monday, July 18, 2016

Happy Mandela Day!

I was very privileged to be part of a colouring in book project for Mandela day. Remata print and communication initiated the project and approached me to develop the content. Nelson Mandela's story has been retold in so many ways and his image has been reproduced, adapted, adjusted and commercialised from every possible angle. It makes it really hard to do something unique.  All I can say is that I tried - and  really enjoyed the process.

Despite his story being so familiar, I found myself once again deeply touched by his life as I researched the content. It is impossible not to be moved.  I re-watched all the famous clips of his release from prison, his first speech as a free man, his inauguration. I browsed through the mountains of well publicized photos, and indulged in the heart warming anecdotes of his interaction with people. I couldn't help feeling  a bit overwhelmed by the task of doing justice to his legacy.  I suppose it is impossible. It can at best be just a tribute to an outstanding man.

Happy Mandela day!

You can order the colouring book here.

Wednesday, July 13, 2016

Graphic Recording at Deloitte Greenhouse

Last week, I did my second graphic recording at Deloitte Greenhouse. This venue is any graphic recorder's dream: Curved walls covered with paint you can draw on and state of the art drawing materials that they supply. What a blast.