Some time ago, Olivier Cornet, the owner of the Olivier Cornet Gallery, who I had been working with for a number of years after I graduated, suggested that I, along with other artists in the gallery, try making a few pieces in a 12x12cm format. That is roughly the size of the average CD cover.
I really liked the idea, as I love working small-scale. It also gave me a chance to produce work that would be more affordable to those on a limited budget, as well as more manageable for those who had limited space to display artwork in their homes. In addition, it gave me the opportunity to try out some new ideas which I felt would work better on a smaller scale, and which I knew I wouldn’t have the opportunity to develop on a larger scale.
The pieces below are primarily divided into four categories: persons, technology, corporations and geography (or locations). A few pictures, however, were private commissions and therefore do not conform to this rule. All of the pieces were drawn on heavy card with pen and marker.