Thursday, 31 May 2012

Exhibition photos...

Look! A few photos I took and some stolen from my friend MeeNoKawaii of the Once Upon A Time In The Midlands exhibition:

Showing artwork by James Bourne, Lee Crutchley, Herman Inclusus, Lizz Lunney, Mark Long, Mr Millerchip, Luke Pearson, Sarah Ray, Paul Roberts and Steven Silverwood.

Buy my Curse of the Bogmen comic here!

Pennyfest 4!

This week I drew a poster for Pennyfest 4! "Hatch'd Magazine & Apples for Discos present PENNYFEST 4. A day of music & more to raise money for Penny's Fund" go check out their Facebook event and follow on twitter!

Friday, 25 May 2012



Due to postal prices I had to increase the postage in my online shop to £3 for UK orders (£4 Europe, £5 International) It's a set postage price for however much you order so still cheap! make up for it THIS WEEK ONLY I will send a free drawing of a cat telling your fortune with every order! Signed and exclusive every drawing is a one off original on a blank card so you can keep it to frame or send it on to a friend. Here are a couple that are up for grabs:

In other news- last week was Boyfriend Week on People I Know! If you missed it you can go and check out all the boyfriends here! Look I drew one:

Tuesday, 1 May 2012


This weekend I will be exhibiting at TCAF!

I was there two years back and it is the best of all the shows so if you live there come along and say hello. I will be sharing a stall with Joe List and we will be debuting the brand new postcard book "Dream Locations" that we worked on with Soju Tanaka. I will also have my new comics and badges for sale as well as a selection of other books which I didn't have last time including "Depressed Cat: Nine Miserable Lives" (don't forget you can follow DC on twitter) I'm also on a panel on Saturday discussing Depressed Cat! Details below:

Location: Marriott Bloor Yorkville High Park Ballroom
90 Bloor Street East

12:30 – 1:45 – Comics & Mental Health

Comics offer a unique resource to educate medical professionals and the public about issues of mental health. However, the relationship between comics and mental health can go deeper. What does it mean to people writing and drawing comics that deal with these issues? What is it about comics that lends them to these kind of narrative? Lizz Lunney, Darryl Cunningham, John Porcellino, Simon Moreton, and Ian Williams discuss.