Nah seriously though, they’re very cool. I was/am a bit worried about using matryoshka dolls in the illustration – Russian Person In Media? Draw them as Russian Dolls! is such a boring cliché at this stage. But I tell myself that if it serves narrative/symbolic purpose, it’s okaaaay…
Their trial is full of facepalm and headdesk 😦
The latest issue of Rabble dropped earlier this week, and MY ILLUSTRATION IS ON THE FRONT COVER 😀
Actually I’ve got three illustrations in it, one about club photography, one about Euro 2012 and the cover image ripping Youth Defence to shreds over their godawful billboard campaign. I will not link directly to their site because they’re abysmal creatures, but a brief summary of the debacle can be found here.
As for the illustrations, here they are
I’d like to express my gratitude to the Rabble crew for publishing my picture and allowing me to publicly declare my opposition to the Youth Defence campaign.
Here’s the piece George Stapleton wrote called Youth Defence Are Pricks.
Did an illustration for Look Left Magazine, actually this has been out for almost a month but I’ve been up to my little eyes with so many other things.
That time me and Siobhán went to the National Archaeology Museum on Kildare St and played a game. I may be tempted to actually reveal the ending to this at a later date*
*we get drunk and stare at bog bodies, the end.
In honour of The Summer and the scandalous amount of pasty pelts on display throughout Dublin.
WAOWWWWWW the cover I finished literally two days ago for the Trinity University Times Year Review is featured on ComeHereToMe!
Very chuffed, I love CHTM.
And, very conveniently, they have made up a list of links to the stories featured (which I am now copying):
1) Alchemy Nightclub and the row around sexist advertising they found themselves caught up in. Many of the promoters involved were Trinity students.
2) The controversial ‘Trinity Frat Club’ which emerged, aping American student ‘culture’.
3) The Trinity student arrested for his role in the ‘Lulzsec’ hacking probe.
4) Nick Griffin and his planned visit to Trinity College Dublin.
Thanks lads 🙂