Motion & Graphics
A selection of my personal projects as an illustrator and motion graphics artist.
Sometimes I use an iPad Pro, but I’m pretty kick ass with nothing but a keyboard and a mouse.
I use Adobe software such as Illustrator, Photoshop, After Effects and Premiere.
A cracked face.
Come on now, kiss the girl.
The bay of Töölö.
This took forever and ever and I never finished it, but no one will notice. Right?
There was a party with a hillbilly theme.
Not another self-portrait.
Inspired by a Joe Rogan Netflix special & retro comic art.
I’ve listened to an awful lot of Alice in Chains recently.
I think it’s gonna rain when I die.
Reach out, I’ll be there.
This concept was rejected by a client, but I thought it was really something special.
Lady in red.
I saw a piece that used this technique that I absolutely fell in love with, so I just absolutely had to give it a go myself.
Originally a concept for a poster competition, but I decided on another direction.
I’m such a sucker for puns; A Clockwork Orangutan.
This was a concept art study for a new board game I’m designing with a friend.
I was quite excited to learn new stipple brush shading techniques.
“I’m a rabbit in your headlights, scared of the spotlight.”
UNKLE feat. Thom Yorke - Rabbit in your headlights
Ok, I admit. Anthropomorphism is amazing.
I visited Berlin with a group of my best mates.
We had the tastiest crispy duck there, which inspired me to draw this piece.
I was getting married in the summer of ‘18 and my mates threw an amazing bachelor party.
This is how I felt afterwards.
Not all designers wear black: A self-portrait.
What if I was a Moomin character?
I had just finished a really big video production project and was in need of something nice and comforting.
However, I came up with this concept for another video project that revolves around a humming bird animation.
Silly little motion graphics tests. I wonder what Freud would say about them…
I’m always doodling faces. This time I equipped the Illustrator curvature tool and went crazy.
This happens when I try to think outside of the box.
I woke up one morning sweaty as hell with nothing but the image of an octoskull in my head.
I had to draw it, obviously.
I wanted to learn more about character rigging in After Effects.
Initially I was to draw a boxer, but came up with an idea of a levitating Shaolin monk instead.
The idea evolved into a monk struggling with his beliefs, who eventually finds peace.
Santa needs holidays too you know.
The Bear & The Meerkat.
I illustrated these two funky fellows for a small design agency I was part of during my stay in Glasgow.
There is a card for every occasion. More often than not they feel like empty gestures.
Here’s one for you mum.