Fool's Crown is a series of artworks that transfer prints of Trump onto various paint chips. In the relevant orange and yellow tones there exists an abundance of apt colour names that relate to this man - Fools Crown, Mexican standoff, Elusive and Cheesy Grin.
West End Shops
This series of prints celebrate the independent businesses that define West End. Along with the buildings they occupy these retailers tell an important story about the history of place and importance of a 'village' in creating a vibrant, connected community.
These prints are currently on display at Posto Cafe, Boundary St. West End.
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crowded but good
Pandamouth provides an opportunity for local artists to showcase their work on %100 biodegrable coffee cups. I was the feature artist for series 4. The patterns reference the peak of summer when the surfs up and the beach is packed.
Sea Dogs was one of the winning entries in Kip & Co's artist bean bag competition. The pattern remembers the salty sea dogs that floated around the coast where I grew up.
Images: Nikole Ramsey
Brisbane Open House
Brisbane Open House is a free public festival that celebrates Brisbane’s architecture and offers behind-the-scenes access to 100 buildings across the city. In 2015 I volunteered my doodling skills for the event and created some simple illustrations of iconic Brisbane buildings. These were used on the official tote bag and projected on to the historical William Jolly Bridge.
A pack of ravers is a crammed dance floor of flying limbs. I drew this pattern to feature on a limited range of artist turntables.
a wedding party
A special day for my wife and I deserved special merchandise like the official wedding tea towel. Each guest was hand drawn and immortalised on to a fine cotton tea towel that also doubled as the official invite.