I dunno about you, but I probably wouldn’t be laughing that much if my parachute failed mid-air and I had a colleague rescue me. Hats off to all involved, that’s about as dramatic a rescue as you could imagine. Here’s a write up about it from the Telegraph.
Having been an easy listening fan for most of my life, I was saddened to hear of James Last’s passing. At one point I had about 30 of his albums; possibly even more, in my collection of laid-back classics. My friends weren’t so keen on them and put them in a skip after I left them at their house for a year or so. Some might say I abandoned them, and they’d be right, but the sound of James Last’s music never abandoned me.
A London city worker, maybe a banker or something like that has been filmed taking lots of cocaine on the underground and not really giving any form of monkies about it. Seemed like a good story to do an illustration about!
The Guardian writes about it in a somewhat less sensationalist manner than the other papers.
The ever increasing popularity of everyone’s favourite timelord is possibly getting an adult colouring in book for discerning fans the world over. I’m pitching for it with this. It’s made my brain swim drawing it. Fingers crossed I get the job, this is SO up my street.
I do a lot of work for the Public Law Project (or PLP as they’re abbreviated to), but rarely is it as entertaining to do than this poster design.
You’ll find a lot of my work on their site and in their publications. However, this time round, the design was to be on the theme of old EC Comics for the logo and header, and TinTin for the characters. Great fun!
Reports of future Darwin Award winners in the American and Canadian press say that people have been getting up close and personal in order to take selfies with bears. The Feds, naturally, say that that’s a silly thing to do. I agree.