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We are currently working with the following illustrators...

Aaron Miller
Abi Daker
Allan Deas
Andrew Groves
Andrew Lyons
Ben the Illustrator
Bex Glover
Chris Leavens
David Cousens
Gaia Bordicchia
Gareth Axford
Guy McKinley
Joe Rogers
Julian James
Laura Barnard
Lesley Barnes
Louise McLennan
Marc Aspinall
Matt Taylor
Michelle Kondrich
Mr Millerchip
Mr Yen
Mitch Blunt
Natsuki Otani
Patrik Boberg
Peter Crawley
Poked Studio
Raid 71
Robin Boyden
Ross Phillips
Sam Gilbey
Steph Baxter
Stephen Chan
Steve Antony
Steven Bonner
Stuart Whitton
Tom Hovey
Will Scobie


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The new collection of sun soaked textile products from B-Goods is now available!

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Turtle ooze power! Little bit of fun this past weekend.


Tour de France Stage 2
By Neil Stevens


my illustration for The Firebird has been chosen as the cover for The Graphic Canon of Children’s Literature published by Seven Stories Press and edited by Russ Kick. The whole story is inside…..


I have 2 brand new A3 prints available in my print shop for the amazingly cheap price of £15 each!
Got get em!!


Cairn. One of the risograph prints I have available on my print store right now.


So here is my newest release print, its a risograph print of the great Deap Vally,  they are printed on 280gsm stock and limited to 40 copies.

£20 each and all signed/numbered on the reverse as the print works both ways. The idea was taken from the fact there are two of them and that their logo is a broken heart, so I thought that a playing card style design would work. The Queens of broken hearts.

So take your pick of either Lindsey to Julie to adorn your walls. 

It makes up part of a print show of artists appearing at the tramlines​ music festival in Sheffield and the opening is on the 26th of July 2-4 pm at Millennium Gallery

All prints made by the delightful Mono.

Thanks to Tom Newell and Drew Millward, for one inviting me to take part, two for organising it all and three because they are ruddy good blokes. 


I designed and directed this animation for Arup sometime early last year.



"Fragmented Nature" is a new exhibition of my artwork, on show at the Paper Gallery in Bristol from the 5 - 11th August.

The exhibition will include a range of original artworks and affordable prints and the Private View will be on the 5th August from 6 - 8pm, so if you can make it,…


Me ( Self Portrait)

Thanks for taking a look!
T: @natekitch

Soundwave from Transformers



Soundwave, from Transformers. I loved this toy as a kid.


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"No Sophie, I not BFG, I Superman" An Iron Giant pic for @sketch_dailies


It’s going to be a Matt Taylor-stravaganza over at Comic Con next week! In addition to the Sunset Overdrive print I just blogged about, here’s something else from Mondo.

Batman: The Animated Series is rightly regarded as one of the high-points of animation of the last twenty years, and as part of the ongoing Batman 75 celebrations, Mondo are releasing a limited 7” of the title score for the show. There are going to be a bunch of variants, of which my Harley Quinn piece above is one.

This was a huge amount of fun to draw, especially the Joker singles scattered across the floor. As before, these will be on sale at San Diego Comic Con next week - follow Mondo on Twitter for more info.

A Desperate Choice




New spot illustration for an article about a woman who was forced to leave her two young children in the car for over an hour so that she could attend a job interview. The woman had been unemployed/underemployed for many years and when she couldn’t find child care, she had to make a choice.

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