Posted 16.06.2018 @ 2.58PM (Edited 16.06.2018 @ 2.59PM)
It's been a while since I've posted on here - been busy endlessly planning this comic which slowly took over my life. I uploaded the prologue yesterday for my 30th birthday (as a gift for myself), and it's available to read for free!
It's called See Pala, it's about a magical island and a tribe that ventures into a jungle each night for a taste of immortality. It began as an abstract metaphor of an ayahuasca trip, but ended up turning into a bizarre autobiography.
You can read it here: http://www.seepala.com
Please let me know what you think, I'd appreciate any kind of feedback.
Posted 21.04.2017 @ 11.39AM
A little off-topic, but could anyone recommend a good screenprinter in Sydney for small runs of t-shirts and totebags?
Ideally I'd like to meet the people rather and send a file online.
Posted 20.04.2017 @ 2.01PM
I've been working on an Oracle deck over the last year or so, and the cards are almost ready to print.
My question is; how do I go about getting the packaging (box) created for it? I will design the print, but where do I go to get it made? Has anyone got any suggestions?
I'm based in Sydney.
Posted 02.07.2016 @ 8.30PM
I've been following your work for ages! Your Photoshop animation tutorials are the BEST.
I'm not 100% sure if I can make the night yet because of work stuff, but hopefully I can because this looks perfect. Hope to see you soon, thanks for organising this. :)
Posted 10.06.2016 @ 3.00PM
@TREX Ah, I just realised that it's been over six months since I last posted work here. Here's some stuff I've done since:
Some album art:
Tame Impala unused "Currents" cover (Modular Records):
World Champion (Future Classic):
Commodo (Black Acre Records):
And my girlfriend and I have been working together on a comic called See Pala (a story of seven women's encounter with an alien space Goddess that plants crystals in their heads and teaches them yoga, meditation and general life lessons to hatch the crytals, allowing the women to connect on deeper levels):
Part 1 of the comic can be read at http://seepala.com