1. How did you get started in design / art?

First thing I remember that was significant would be my dad getting me a set of these amazing graphic markers when I was about 13-14 I would draw crazy weird stuff on decks and shoes and school folders, anything really. I'm sure those pens got me high!  I was drawing some very random stuff, kinda influenced by skating quite heavily and also a lot of craft books my mum would have laying about. 

2. Favorite Shirt graphic of all time?

God that's so hard to say because you suddenly remember one you forgot about! The Bones Ripper tee I loved and that's a classic now but I had a great vision Chris Miller tee I live cabs died in and I was a big fan of Deathbox too, hmmm this is to hard so I'm going with a H Street Mat Hensley tee, the thinker.

3. What inspires you?

People, places, things I don't quite get or understand are inspiring. Hell I get inspired walking around a supermarket or a thrift store. A lot of people really shape my inspiration the more I think about it, Steve McQueen,  Michael Caine, Saul Bass, billy the kid, Mike Giant, the guys in the studio inspire me daily and my dad he's a pretty big hero.

4. Is there a design out there you wish you did?

There are so many, off the top of my head though : the Mtv logo, the Sapporo can, 911, valelly elephant, robocop to name but a few 

5. What's left on your design bucket list?

Being a indie kid in the late 90s I still wanna design something for Oasis ! We came sooooo sooooo close but no cigar. We've been so blessed with working on so many great things you have to pinch yourself. Be cool to work on a movie we did some stuff on a constant Gardner a few years back that was fun. Love him or hate him it would be pretty exciting to work with Kanye he's not everyone's cuppa tea but neither are we!

Close cart