A Pint of the Black Stuff - Illustration created for the homepage of my website for March. Subsequently picked up and published in the St Patrick's Day issue of the Boston's Weekly Dig
Two Trees For Christmas - Illustration created for 2006 promotional Christmas card.
The Owl & The Pussycat - Interpritation of a scene from the 'nonesense' poem by Edward Lear. Print available here http://markfrudd.bigcartel.com/
Here Lye Red Sox - Illustration about the demise of the Boston Red Sox 2006 season and their failure to make the playoffs.
Published: Boston's Weekly Dig, 'Dig This' spread.
Halloween Family - Character concepts for a Supermarket Halloween campaign.
Blue - Sometimes a nurses work can be too much. This is a comment piece about the sometime lack of respect there is for nurses. How there duties can sometimes make them feel a little blue.
Working Holiday - Spot illustration for an article about how some people struggle to disconnect from work while away on holiday.
200 to the gallon - In the world of rising gas prices, the economical scooter is not only perfect for nipping round the city but for those longer journeys too.
William - William loves to busk and can do it anyplace he likes because he plays a tiny recorder. He's a big fan of The Beatles Sgt Pepper album.
Ways To Keep Cool - Editorial illustration to accompany an article on ways to keep cool through the summer months.
Postcard Pete - Pete's created from a pencl drawing which has been coloured using Photoshop. He's squashed himself onto a promo postcard and is looking forward to stretching his legs.
Imagine - Sat on the cold ice she imagined a time in the future when she would skate round the ice effortless like a princess. Created and submitted to Illustration Friday for the word 'Imagine'
Nutritional Values - This illustration was created for an article in World Watch magazine about how most foods lack the nutrients they used to have 50 years ago.
Balancing Act - Cover illustration for the May/ June 2006 Graphic Artists Guild Newsletter. The Designer-Client Relationship: A Fine Balancing Act, was the main article of the issue and so the illustration focuses on how the designer and client can do great things when they work together.
Ripe For Change - 1/3 page illustration to accompany an essay written by Claire Hope Cummings about how agricultural farming needs to change and become more sustainable. World Watch Magazine July/August 2006.
Sea - The seas will be safe now the captain has caught the beast of the sea. Or will they.
Grow Your Own - Illustration for a dps about sustainable food and growing your own to help the environment. Selected for The Association of Illustrators 'Images 33' Best of British Illustration 2009.
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