Fine-artist illustrator local to loughborough looking to transition into the tattoo industry via a studio apprenticeship. My work has been focusing around the development of a unique style and visual language that can become recognisable in a freelance industry.
The second of four ‘Yoruba sphere’ outputs outlining an exploration of cross-cultural body modification and multi-cultural visual language. Based on the scarification markings popularised within Africa and documented within ‘Marks of Civilisation’ by Arnold Rubin
Further exploration of cross-cultural visual language through handmade Arabic geometrics.
Made from compass, pencil, and finished in penwork stippling prior to further digital manipulation, this design draws inspiration from traditional geometric forms as the basis for an arm-based tattoo design.
intending to create chaos from order, this work was an experimental photo manipulation of a six-fold Arabic geometric tiling.
Part of group illustration work. Year Two. Above is the opening double-page spread for the poem ‘Jim’ from Hillaire Belloc’s book ‘Cautionary Tales for Children’. Below, is the double-page spread for the final poem, ‘Charles Augustus.’