Wednesday, 10 February 2016

'Save Curzon Soho' mural.

 I teamed up with fellow comic artist and illustrator, JAKe, to create this giant mural at the Curzon Soho Cinema, as part of the Save Curzon Soho campaign. The cinema is under threat of demolishment to make way for the Crossrail 2 development, so we thought we'd do our bit to keep arts, creativity and culture alive in Soho.

Click on this link to see a short video showing us painting the mural, like hyper-caffeinated worker ants:

..and there's an online petition here, if you'd like to add your voice: 

Big thanks to Soho's Gosh! Comics and SelfMadeHero for helping to make this happen.

Photos By Neil Massey.

Saturday, 12 December 2015

'The Director's Cut' comic in todays Guardian Guide.

The second 'Director's Cut' is out in todays Guardian. This one stars two personal heroes of mine, David Cronenberg & The Rock, as they go about making 'Fast & Furious 44'.

Monday, 23 November 2015

51st Century Blues

Here's the first page of a short 4 page sci-fi comic, written by Paul Clark Forse, that I drew for Dead Canary Comics. 
You can read the whole thing for free, here:

Wednesday, 18 November 2015

Krent Able SellCell Products

I've teamed up with the good folks at SellCell to make these (and many more) top-quality gorgeous monstrosities.     

See loads more Krent Able stuff and purchase products at the SellCell website, here: 

Saturday, 7 November 2015

'The Director's Cut' in The Guardian

I've got a new monthly comic, 'The Director's Cut', starting in today's Guardian Guide (Sat 7th Nov). I'm going to be doing a different director every month - first up is one of my favourite directors, David Lynch. 

Here's a link to online version:

Wednesday, 28 October 2015

'The Rape Of Dina' Vice Illustrations

I was commissioned by VICE UK to paint 3 illustrations for a short story by Gabriel Krauze, based on real events, about murder and revenge on the South Kilburn Estate in London.
Click on the images to enlarge.
Read the story here: 'The Rape Of Dina' by Gabriel Krauze | VICE | United Kingdom

Sunday, 6 September 2015

Cover Art and Interview for AAARG! Issue 10

Here's my cover for the new issue of the awesome French comics magazine, AAARG! 
I figured if the magazine is called AAARG!, I may as well do something as colourful, loud, over-the-top and in-your-face as possible. But still sort of jolly.

AAARG! is kind of a modern day version of magazines like the eighties Heavy Metal, so I thought it'd fit to do something inspired by Liberatore's incredible 'Ranx Xerox' comic strip. There's also a healthy dollop of Brian Bolland in there.

Below is the original artwork without the graphics.
(Click on the images to enlarge)

Here's the B&W artwork:

...and the rough sketch, originally an unused idea for the cover of Your Days Are Numbered. 
I don't like to let an idea go to waste.

   There's also a whopping 9 page 'A to Z of Krent Able' interview inside.
Thanks to Donald Rasambo for the translation.

Below is an an unused alternate cover design (based on a rejected idea for Future Of The Left's 'How To Stop Your Brain In An Accident' lp). I'll probably recycle it for something else sometime. This isn't the last you've seen of this dumb idea!

You can order AAARG! here: Aaarg! SHOP
It's all in French obviously, but it really is bloody gorgeous - large scale, beautiful printing and design, and it comes with a huge fold-out poster of the cover. It's more like a book than a magazine. Plus the standard of the comics inside is tip-top. The French can draw so well, it's almost scary.

Saturday, 5 September 2015

Dirty Empire commission

Commission for Dirty Empire (Link: Dirty Empire), to be used on stickers, posters and T-shirts.