I was delighted to be commissioned to create 40 illustrations to be part of a design toolkit for Herman Miller. The online kit will enable the furniture manufacturer to collaborate with it’s clients to better understand their work space requirements when making new people centred environments.
The project is part of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design research at the RCA that followed on from two years of research by architect Benjamin Koslowski and designed by Lottie Crumbleholme.
I illustrated several spot illustrations and larger detailed case studies with before and after floor plans showing their potential to change.
It was exhibited as part of the London Design Festival 2014 in the Breaking Through exhibition at the Dyson Building, The Royal College of Art.
More examples on my site
I wanted to celebrate this beautiful woman I saw in Culver CIty
Yesterday’s @sketch_dailies was #MaryPoppins!
Here is the final illustrated map of Zurich i produced for Jamie Oliver magazine, which now out in the shops! There are some pics of the magazine below :-)
Fantastic illustrations by Los Angeles based Alex Chechik:
Some Japanese girls spotted in Venice. I actually managed to Hyperlapse this one - will post soon! One of the last entries into Stranger Danger - 8 days left if you want to grab a copy from me! :) http://kck.st/Z5M8rV
random picture of eliott with the basic high collar shirt i always draw her with.
“La Vie Parisienne” (1924)
FINALLY THIS APPEARS ON TUMBLR SOURCED AND UNEDITED
a billion times thank you, I honestly never thought I’d see this day
good morning everyone!
got some spare time, messed about with some colors