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Windows 98

I did these window designs years ago for a course I was on. For any budding architects out there please contact me if you would like to incorporate any of these into your latest building.




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Composers at Christmas

gentlemenLiszt, Wagner and Berlioz, feeling seasonal


If J.S. Jr. is your favorite composer, please feel free to print this off and stick it on the wall next to your gramophone player. Then put on one of his records and dance about wildly.

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Futuristic family fun


An etching I made in 1992 called ‘2010, An evening’s light entertainment’.
Looks like the date was a little hasty with 3D virtual reality helmets currently making a big comeback for gaming. Check out the TV in the corner or is that an early iMac!!

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July 6, 2014 · 7:31 pm

Redefining the sack


Re-defining the sack
When drafting an agreement with a sub-contractor, it’s important to avoid using terms that are associated with employees, such as ‘salary’, ‘holiday’, and ‘gross misconduct’.

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June 19, 2014 · 10:42 pm



Soil Association:
Pigs are highly sociable creatures and prosper when living in small, stable groups. They thrive on contact with each other and have a complex language of grunts and squeaks, which scientists say they can interpret. Scientists have even detected regional variations in pigs’ grunts. They sleep together huddled in nests and greet other pigs by rubbing noses much in the way we would shake hands. Pigs are highly co-operative in social groups and show affection by grooming each other. Pigs are the most intelligent of farm animals, and tests have been carried out that prove that pigs can be trained to do more than dogs.

(This cartoon has appeared in issue 88 of The Food Magazine and the Association of Illustrators annual; Images 35)

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April 8, 2014 · 7:49 pm

Directors cut

Directors cut

“We are asked to believe that those at the top need to be ‘incentivized’ by multi-million pound pay packages to maintain a dynamic economy, while those at the bottom in the public sector must make sacrifices for the good of the economy.”

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