Today marks my 3 year travel-versary and I have created this small illustration which features some of my favourite spots I have visited over the past year. Over the past year I have been lucky to visit Ayers Rock (Uluru), watch the sunrise with hot air ballons rising over the temples in Myamar, stare into an active volcano in Indonesia, visit the biggest Buddhist complex in the world and climb to the summit of Cradle Mountain in wild Tasmania as well as much more.
When I left London on January 29th 2015, I never knew how long this journey would take me or how far it would take me but I definitely don’t regret a moment of it and have learnt so much about myself and the incredible world we live in. 🌏✌
A colouring book produced for the charity Foundation for Surgery, Melbourne. The colouring book features the logo for the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and some of the work the charity completes.
Blog illustration for Foundation for Surgery-Royal Australasian College of Surgeons, Melbourne, Australia. The 100% illustrates the three elements of the charity-Scholarships/Education (Graduation hat and scroll), improving global health (Australasia region) and ground breaking research. (Surgical dish)
The common view from the campervan on the way to Uluru.
The majestic Uluru (Ayer's Rock) in Central Australia.
Day 3-Coober Pedy to Uluru-755km. Crossing our 3rd state into the Northern Terrority.
A map of day 2's journey crossing into the outback. More photos can be found on my instagram >>>>
I recently completed a roadtrip to Uluru (Ayers Rock) and have illustrated the first day's journey via a map. Below the map is a photo of the campervan used for the trip, parked by the Grampians Mountains in the state of Victoria, Australia.
A customer sent me a photo of a custom giclee print framed in their home I created of Edinburgh, Glasgow and London Towers for them. Always great to see where my artwork ends up. If you would like a custom print of any of my work, send me an email - firstname.lastname@example.org 😊
A sketch of the spacecraft Voyager 1. 2017 marks the 40th anniversary of the spacecraft Voyager 1, which is currently some 20 billion kilometres from Earth travelling at 15.5km a second. It is the furthest spacecraft and man-made object from Earth and has left the solar system. It contains a gold plated audio visual disc with the sounds of earth, greetings of 'hello' in different languages and a music collection of world music in event the spacecraft is ever found by intelligent life. I wonder if anyone or anything will ever find it? I think it's pretty awesome it has taken photos from places we can only imagine and is teaching us so much about our universe. Sometimes you got to go outside of yourself to know who you truly are.
A quick sketch of a beach in Darwin