Collage to illustrate New York coming out of lockdown
Collage to illustrate sexist gender expectations.
Brush and ink pastiche of the Creation of Adam, by Michaelangelo, on an A4 hard-backed envelope
Papercut sculpture illustrating America's response to the Covid-19 crisis
Shortlisted in the World Illustration Awards 2018, this pastiche of a Tom Purvis 1930s LNER 'East Coast Joys' poster shows refugee kids washed up on the shore.
A brush and ink copy of an Art Deco-style mural in Dear Irving on Hudson, Manhattan
Papercut and collage on the subject of misrepresentation for Open Eye Gallery's Small Scale Exhibition Dec - Jan 2020
Collage for Open Eye Gallery's Small Scale Exhibition Dec - Jan 2020
Black Lives Matter image showing Jacob Black and his kids as a rifle range target, after he was shot 7 times by police
2 million children in Yemen are starving to death due to war and coronavirus is further ravaging the country
Illustration to show bars reopening with Covid precautions
Copper swallow with car and clock parts over vintage map. Part of a series, for Open Eye Gallery's Small Scale Exhibition Dec - Jan 2020
A papercut created in the aftermath of the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis and the subsequent BLM protests in the US
Collage for private client
Papercut showing refugees drowning in a whirlpool of barbed wire. This work was shortlisted in the World Illustration Awards 2016, and has been exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy Open Exhibition.
Papercut sculpture on the subject of poverty. Exhibited at Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.
Brush and ink for the Black Apparel Arts scheme, replacing white characters in vintage fashion illustrations for black ones
After Delacroix's Liberty Leading the People, this work commemorates the artists and writers killed during the Charlie Hebdo attack in Paris.
Copper swallows on vintage map of South Victoria Land, part of a diptych on grief and loss. Swallows carry parts of Blake poem, On Another's Sorrow. Exhibited at Edinburgh's Open Eye Gallery.
Pastiche of a Tom Purvis 1930s LNER 'East Coast Joys' poster, exchanging bright young things for refugees.
Pencil-drawn illustration for an adult fairytale of New York
Papercut sculpture using vintage map of Europe on the subject of Brexit.
Test illustration for movie storyboard.
Pastiche of a Tom Purvis 1930s LNER 'East Coast Joys' poster, exchanging a sunbathing couple for refugees
Portrait in charcoal
Papercut sculpture with scalpels to illustrate Chris Brookmyre's best-seller.
Commission by publishers Pavilion for a book scheduled for release in summer 2017.
Illustration showing Harvey Weinstein having the red carpet pulled out from under him by a woman whose dress becomes the carpet he stands on
Papercut made from Haig Fund poppies, outlining the cyclical nature of war.
Papercut created after the Michael Brown killing in Ferguson Missouri.
Papercut made from Working Tax Credit rejection forms.
Copper swallow and brass cog on vintage map of solar system, part of a diptych on grief and loss. Exhibited at Edinburgh's Open Eye Gallery
Mixed-media collage and bas-relief incorporating pages from Henry Ford's autobiography.
La Mentira (the lie) papercut about men who offer feminism with one hand while groping you with the other.
This illustration depicts the fallout from a Trump presidency.
In life, some people give, some take. This work explores this idea.
Papercut of a unicorn - the emblem of Scotland - breaking free of its chains. This was created prior to the Scottish Referendum on independence.
Abstract papercut outlining the toxic effects of long-term loud noise on people's mental health.
Papercut book sculpture showing skulls growing from a religious text. Exhibited at Saorsa Gallery, Edinburgh.
Diorama fine art commenting on the prevalence of sexual harassment against women.
Papercut created on the day of the Glasgow School of Art fire. Beneath the flames is Hugh MacDiarmid's poem, Little White Rose.
Papercut sculpture of a rat with a heart in its mouth crawling inside a palace.
Papercut from the Greek Gods in New York series showing Atlas holding up a New York tenement building.
This was created for the New York radio show 360 Degrees, whose producer asked me to make a work from USA income tax forms. The title refers to the amount of tax the US spends on defence.
Illustration shows Les Moonves of CBS, after he was accused of sexual misconduct, with the CBS logo for his eyes, and a woman's hand reaching for the 'off' switch.
Papercut showing a woman trapped by dress of thorns.
It's alleged that porn star Stormy Daniels was paid off by Trump with campaign money. I've depicted her here as Lady Justice.
Papercut showing rats fighting in nest of shredded documents, in wake of Trump, Cohn, Manafort and Sessions counter-attacks