Nintendo NES Vector

Here we have a small surprise for all old-school Nintendo lovers. A free illustration of the popular Nintendo NES joystick in vector format. You may use it for a logo of a T-shirt, buddy icon or an avatar...

The artwork is saved in EPS file format, you can use any vector compatible editor to modify or customize it.

Free for personal and commercial use. Download

Note: This illustration is a part of a vector pack that includes all sorts of design goodies. Preview and download availabe here.

Vintage Flower Pattern for Adobe Illustrator

A seamless floral pattern for Adobe Illustrator from gtsat. You can use it for creating an artistic twitter background or for decorating design elements in your compositions.

You can explore more effects with the Pattern Bush feature in Adobe Illustrator CS3...

For More information about it you can have a look at "The Hidden Secrets behind Adobe Illustrator's Pattern Brush" video.Download

Michael Jackson Vector Illustration - RIP King of Pop

Vector illustration of Michael Jackson, the King of Pop, who passed away on June 25, 2009. Michael was a black Peter Pan, who quickly became an icon with his distinct style of performing. This vector artwork is inspired by Michael's '82 album Thriller, the best-selling album of all time, including funk-soul-rock-pop classics as Billie Jean, Wanna Be Startin' Somethin' and Beat It...

Michael Jackson's Thriller cover art and the MJ logo are owned by Sony Music © 1982-2009

The .zip file contains PDF, EPS, AI file format versions of the artwork.

The Lair

Southwark, London

My solo show closes this saturday, so check it out if you are around West London.
I have released a limited edition badge set featuring images from the show (anyone at the opening night might have picked a few up!) - you can get them here. I am retiring the older badge sets too, so once the present batch have gone, they are gone forever...

A Snowman Family

The Brief: A Snowman Family
The Critique: It’s pretty good. I love it!
Why do I have the smallest carrot?
Why do I have three buttons?
Why did you paint the lamppost? I’m wondering why it’s so thin.
Who built us? I think we built us.
Why can’t we build a snow kitty?
Job Status: Approved

Artist's Note:
You may notice that this piece is not exactly seasonal - I've been withholding a bunch of pieces that I did over the last few months for the book, and now that the manuscript is (nearly) final, I'll be doling them out over the next few months.


Southbank, London