Cards were also screenprinted by Daniel Purvis at Tooth and Nail Gallery/Studio.
Set of 4 Christmas cards with silver envelopes illustrated and screenprinted by Daniel Purvis on archival quality card stock.
A6 size (5.8 x 4.1in / 148 x 405mm)
Personal history told through black and white ink on watercolour paper for the In Retrospect solo exhibition held in Tooth and Nail Gallery, 2014.
Series of six illustrations for Big Game: The birth of Kenya's games industry for Polygon.com (Vox Media Inc.).
The brief required a more playful, amateurish and naive style of approach to the illustration whilst maintaing a sense of continuity and story in relation to the article. Materials in this series of illustration include collage, connector pens and acrylic paints.
The brief also required consideration for how the illustrations might function with web-coding's parallaxing devices to create movement whilst scrolling through the web article. The GIFs below demonstrate this function as it was integral to the development of the final illustrations, however feature was scrapped in the final web article due to programming time constraints.
Cover illustration and variations for Brendan Keogh's book 'Killing is Harmless: A Critical Reading of Spec Ops: The Line).
This image captures the experience of growing up in Adelaide, South Australia and the love of our beautiful black labrador Meg. Inspired by dads thousands of old photographs capturing childhood.
Includes short feature and bio on page 3.
Meg: The Positive Black Dog, 23 x 31cm. Black ink on watercolour paper. Digital colour.
The Advertiser SA Weekend Magazine June 28–29, 2014
Illustrations summarising the various catastrophes that made the 1994 Jean Claude Van Damme film Street Fighter, based on the popular videogame franchise, such a flop.
Editorial illustrations for Polygon.com discussing iPhone videogame and app developers and the negative effects of deliberately targeting children to access their parents wallets.
Author: Paul Ford
Creative Direction: Brian Merchant, Claire Evans
'One Day, I WIll Die On Mars' is a short science-fiction story written by Paul Ford for VICE Magazine's Motherboard.
Creative Director: Liam Sommerville, Capital Waste Pictures
Animation: Brett Walker
Illustration: Daniel Purvis
Image is designed for 16:9 monitor in vertical orientation.
Series of animated ink drawings that constitute a flyover of the Parisian rooftops, over the pavilion, the fountains and through the heart of the Eiffel Tower. Produced for the art gallery / restaurant Cliché in Adelaide, Australia.