How long does it take to process my order?

All orders are printed on demand (I don’t keep stock of each print). This usually takes 2 days. So if you order on Monday it will be shipped by Wednesday. Printing is done within your country and shipped to you direct.

Why is there no shopping cart?

This site doesn’t yet have a shopping cart. If you wish to purchase two or more different artworks send me an email and I will send you a personalised payment link. Easy. This is so you won’t get charged more than one postage fee. All payments are securely processed through Stripe payment links.

How are the prints and posters mailed?

In a sturdy, heavy duty cardboard mailer tube.

See shipping page for more info.

Will my print lay flat or will it be curled?

The prints are rolled and so will be a bit curly when you first unpack it. Just lay it down on a flat surface and place a book or two on it. It will soon flatten out.

What happens if my print arrives damaged?

Get in touch with me and shoot me a photo. I’ll send you another free of charge. Too easy.

How long have you been drawing?

I first picked up a crayon in the 1970’s. Shagpile carpet and Mum’s long hair made it hard work pushing Matchbox cars around so paper and crayon became my favourite pastime.

Have you always sold your work?

From time to time. Usually only when commissioned to do a piece. But now I'm looking to make illustrating a full-time gig.

Do you draw things other than alternative movie posters and adventure sports?

I do. See the next question.

Do you do commissioned work?

I certainly do. If you have a photo of a favourite moment or you’d like a poster to promote your club, get in touch. I’m sure we can work something out.

See the Hire Me page.

How much is commissioned work?

It varies depending upon size and complexity. Also whether the piece is a one-off for you or you wish to sell prints commercially. Shoot me an email and run your idea by me. I’ll get back to you with a quote and then you can decide if we go ahead.

See the Hire Me page for example pricing etc.

What do you use to draw?

All the pieces you see here were done by hand, primarily in Affinity Photo 2. I do still work with traditional media but I love the way I can replicate a traditional look digitally. It’s also super handy when the pieces will ultimately be used for prints such as those on this site. I don’t use any fancy digital tricks or filters. Everything is hand-drawn with a stylus within the programme using brushes that replicate pencils and paint. I use an XP Pen Artist 24 QHD as my primary drawing display. When out and about I use my iPad with Procreate. The iPad also doubles up as a graphics tablet with the EasyCanvas app which is a great, portable solution.

What paper is the artwork printed on?

200gsm premium matte art stock. This is a great weight stock that gives body to the artwork and is of archival quality. These are premium quality art pieces that are created to last, not flimsy posters.

Do you sell framed prints?

No. Framing is a highly personal thing. All the artworks are standard sizes so you can buy a frame off the shelf (from a department store) or have a professional framer hook you up with something tailored to your wall or space which compliments the poster/print you purchased.