Series of Irish themed emojis stickers created for Fanmoji
Digital Mix & Match madness!
Campaign regarding the future of high speed broadband.
Agency : Target McConnells
The one-stop petshop!
Wooden puzzle inspired by Mexican wrestling.
Space: the final front ear/paw/tail.
Animations for RaboDirect Bank.
Animation : Jonathan Parson (www.mutegrab.com)
Illustrations for Molson Coors Magazine.
On your mark, get set, Roach!
Illustrated alphabet as part of the 36 Days of Type project.
A selection of Godzillas greatest nemeses.
An illustrated map of Ireland I worked on for Fáilte Ireland. The map illustrates various events and attractions around the country that show Ireland as a perfect location for all your event needs!
Agency : In The Company of Huskies
An homage to the greatest racing game of all time!
Worksheet Illustrations for Folens Halloween Competition.
I recently teamed up with Irish company Hairybaby to produce a line of tea characters for Tshirts, mugs, phone covers and more!
Available at www.hairybaby.com
Down in the garden where nobody goes...
Educational campaign for The Irish Sports Council, tackling drug use among young athletes.
Illustration created for the company 'Irish Decal Products', that was used on a variety of Souvenir products.
Isometric Illustrations for Eircom.
Agency : Dynamo
People who look like their pets or pets who look like their people?
Illustrations for Molson Coors Magazine about brewing in Brussels.
Agency : Ball&Socket
Some recent Instagram illustrations.
Illustration to accompany Frank McNally's piece in The Irish Times on mapping the Irish genome.
Exploration of positive and negative pattern forms.
I teamed up with the nice people at Drop to work on some illustrations for their packaging and online presence.
For more info visit www.getdrop.com
Campaign to teach children about the wonderful world of bread!
Exhibited as part of 'The Art of Superstition' group show.
The piece is based around the native American belief that photographs could steal part of ones soul.
Set of phone covers for Sligo based company Kovet. Part of an Illustrator series of iPhone covers produced, printed and designed in Ireland.