These are some of the pics from the launch for the Lords of Infinity Exhibition at the beginning of the month. We drank, we talked and got silly. I think at some point of the night I lifted James Harvey on my arms while he did some sort of Maddona move.
The exhibition will be up in Orbital Comics until the 7th of September , so if you happen to be in London during these next 2 weeks go and see it.
I still remember the first time I saw the Eva 1 breaking out of it’s armour and thought how Evangelion couldn’t get any cooler and bad-ass than that. Let’s not forget that under all that shiny purple cover there is an angel beast ready to fuck shit up!
I decided to make it available online to reach as many of you as possible with this story that has brought me so much fun and joy.
I will also be going to London MCM this weekend ( 23rd to 25th of May 2014) selling paper copies of both volumes and a book which has scans from my moleskin in 2013. Hopefully I’ll get time to make a post about it before Friday for you guys to see what it looks like.
I was asked to get involved in the second part of the already successful Kickstarter campaign for the card game "The Agents" which has some bad-ass illustrations by the talented Dan Morison (aka Dark Mechanic) and now has some other invited artist who have done some great posters of the characters in the game.
Make sure you check the game out which comes out next year to the public but its currently available on kickstarter:
The launch at Thought Bubble was amazing and incredibly well received. For those of you who couldn’t make it to Leeds and cant wait for the book to hit the comic book shops I have made it available to buy on my online shop HERE.
You can request for sketches and sign copies through the paypal messages or by sending me an email :)
Update of this week: Thought Bubble Festival started today and I’ll be there from Friday exhibiting on Saturday and Sunday. GC VOL2 should arrive from the printers by wednesday when I’ll be showing tons of pics of how it looks.
If you are lucky enough to be able to go to Thought Bubble this weekend, by all means do stop by my table and say “How do you do” .
My buddy and fellow illustrator Olly Cuthberston aka “The dragon” couldnt believe that my avatar “artist” name was CROM and it had nothing to do with his beloved 80’s film Conan the barbarian, so he made me watch it and now I decided to do this poster as a sign of respect and sort of an apology for not saying the film was 10 out of 10.
Loads of fun to be had watching this film specially when he punches a camel and bites a vultures’s neck.
I am a London based illustrator+animator who loves the idea of zombie out-breaks, likes comic books, and literature.
my work has been featured in different publications such as the annual AOI and stickerbomb2.