Thursday, December 15, 2011

Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Sunday, November 27, 2011

American Cheese

Analogue/Digital Artpark T-Shirt Competition winner.

Super stoked. Generous guys.


Monday, October 24, 2011

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Thursday, September 29, 2011

Slow Train Blues

I made these postcards ages ago. I printed a million and still have a fat wad sitting in my spare room. I can give you a lot.

The Greasy Reaper thrives on a diet of fried food and energy drinks. Often identified by the rich oily waft of high calorie crud and the proud display of a well-maintained rat’s tail. 

The Reaper has no qualms with smashing down a chiko roll, dim sims and a crumbed cheese sausage for breakfast on the train. This healthy start is often balanced out with a lunch of high quality pies and or sausage rolls (le’ sausage rolls in France) and the finest fried chicken in the evening. 

A picture of health, The Greasy Reaper has been known to perform high aerobic activities such as light speed text messaging and car-park burnout marathons. Can you smell what The Reaper’s cooking?   (Snags).

The Oracle can predict the future and recount the past – often in a slurred tongue. Don’t be alarmed by the faint waft of booze or the presence of birdseed in his beard; The Oracle is the realest deal this side of Rockingham. One only has to spend a short train trip with The Oracle to know ‘what’s really going on’. 

“They turn the air off in these trains. They do. They’re trying to save money. They don’t use none of that regular air in here neither. They use chemical air shipped in from overseas. I wrote the Premier a letter demanding they turn the air back on and also complaining about the size of Giant Sandwiches. They’ve shrunk! I haven’t got a response yet – I reckon I scared him. He knows I’m on his trail! I know the truth. Probably going to make a documentary about it. I’ll get Arnold Schwarzenegger to play me. Actually I might make it into a song, once you get on the airwaves you become invincible. You can’t kill sound”.

Fueled on a diet of Lean Cuisine, salami, and the cheapest instant coffee -The Bat Faced Prince (Kevin from Kardinya) keeps an ever-vigilant eye on the mean streets of southern suburbia. 

Preferring the modesty of public transport to the flashiness of a private vehicle (secondhand 1980 Corolla), The Bat Faced Prince can be seen riding the lines most afternoons. 

While maintaining anonymity through civilian dress such as tracksuit pants and Hulk Hogan T-shirts the Prince is able to monitor the movements of potential crims like a lumpy shadow of justice.  Fare evaders and those that water outside allocated hours beware! The Bat Faced Prince is not scared to make a stand (in the guise of an anonymous call to the authorities). Justice!

Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Screen prints

I've been trying to screen print lately. Some of it's working, some not so much. Here's some scans - my scanner is too small to fit the whole images on so they're a bit blurry like hay-fever eyes. El' buggeroni.

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

Really cool. AS Colour printed a limited run of my Precious Stones design on their buttery soft shirts. If you're in Auckland you can grab one.

Cock Head

Monday, September 12, 2011

Sunday, August 21, 2011


Scans of three of my pieces from the Pool group show in June.

Sultan of String


Ghost Face Spillah

Friday, August 12, 2011



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Download My Portfolio Here

You can download my portfolio here.

Muchas gracias,

Thursday, February 3, 2011

Monday, January 31, 2011

Maximum Coffee and The Dome Chromosome phenomena

I've got some T shirts for sale through AS Colour's Little Help Project.

The Little Help Project is a competition with the top ten finalist's vying to win the opportunity to start their own T shirt label. I'm pretty happy with the way the shirts have been produced - they're printed direct to garment so there's no thick print on top. The shirts are buttery soft and light as well.

If you're interested they're available here - Little Help Project

Friday, January 7, 2011