One of my biggest projects in 2014 was designing the logo, signage and other branding for Penny Black, a new post office, cafe and gift shop in Glasgow’s West End. With echoes of the much-loved classic Royal Mail branding and a strong black and red palette, the store really stands out on the street. There’s lots to love inside too – please visit if you get the chance.
(interior photo by STV)
After a very busy December, I’ve now updated this site with a few recent projects. I have some availability from January onwards so do get in touch if you have any projects you’d like to discuss.
Due to the new EU VAT laws (known as VATMOSS), requiring all digital sellers to register for and pay VAT on EU sales, however few, my digital zines, books, patterns and ebooks are now only available through Payhip, as well as via Amazon, Apple’s iBookstore and other ebook retailers. If you’re planning to sell digital files and would like some advice or help with selling through third party sites to avoid the hassle of registering for VAT, please get in touch.
I designed three new 2015 calendars, which are available as fabric for tea towels, posters and postcards. All my previous calendars have also been updated for 2015.
I designed a printable garland and decorations for Christmas. Download for free from Asking For Trouble.
I recently partnered with Walls Need Love to make some of my characters and patterns available as wall decals and wallpaper.
I now have duvet covers, shower curtains and rugs available through Society6.
I designed a printable garland and decorations for Halloween. Download for free from Asking For Trouble.
I designed a 2015 wall calendar featuring my Look Around characters. Available to buy from Lulu.
The new edition of my popular 5 year diary features my Solar System characters and is available at Asking For Trouble. There are also spiral bound editions in two designs, available on-demand from Lulu.
New polymer stamps featuring my Cakeify & Friends characters, made in collaboration with Serious Stamp and available from Asking For Trouble.
I purchased a paper cutting machine over the Summer and have been experimenting with my characters. They’re currently available on notebooks at Asking For Trouble, with more products to follow.