Refreshingly Adventurous

I've been working on some posters for Crabbies. Heres the first one to be released.



Some illustrations for The Guardian's Do Something supplement. Miranda Harts Christmas games guide.


Rick Stein

A couple of pics of some of the new work I've been doing for Rick Steins new restaurant in Winchester to be used in signage and printed goods. I now know a Bream from a John Dory.


Airport Line

These posters are for Manchesters new Metrolink Airport Line thats just opened. I created a set of 18 travel stickers, each one specific to a station in the city. They were then printed up and then photographed on luggage for the posters. Theres a film about the posters here



Am illustration for Squaremeal Magazine about the benefits of long haul flights



November 5th illustration for Waitrose Magazine



Doddle are a new delivery company with shops in stations and towns across the UK that customers can collect and return goods through. I have been working on their branding across stores, web and print with design company Keel. Four short films have been made by animation company Plastic Horse to explain all the principles of the service. Heres a couple.

Doddle- Return from Andy Smith on Vimeo.

Doddle-Collect from Andy Smith on Vimeo.



Two ads for Vicks ZzzQuil in the USA. Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


Pass the lamp...

Another long armed poster for Swiss company Tutti


Comic sans

I made this for Comic Sans for Cancer a project that celebrates the 20th anniversary of the font with a show at The Proud Archivist, London. All proceeds from work sold, books etc goes to Cancer Research. More details here



I made these type stickers for US based Cabin App- you can download them here


Dig the City

Some pics from the Dig the City Festival which started today in Manchester and runs for a week.



I worked with Swiss furniture company Denz on their new catalogue to showcase the range of products they produce. I designed a couple of spreads showing what might be happening behind the scenes in their modular world...



Cover for Columbus Monthly Magazine's best of 2014 issue. Printed with shiny foil block.



These posters were made for the 'Whats your number?' campaign for Travelwest. The campaign promotes individual bus numbers and their destinations across the southwest.

In situ

Some of the Travelwest posters in situ in the southwest region


Dig the City

A 48 sheet poster for Manchesters Dig the City festival.


The Guide

Cover for The Guardian Guide.


Soma Anniversary prints

Heres my contribution to the box set of 10 prints that Soma Gallery have published on their 10th anniversary. The other prints are by Adam Bridgland & Lucy Gough, Graham Carter, Gemma Correll , Crispin Finn, HelloMarine, Alice Pattullo, Peskimo, Hazel Nicholls and Spencer Wilson. You can get the box for £275 or buy the prints individually, more detail here. Happy Birthday Soma!


Mini rolls

The Raspberry Mini Roll poster I worked on last year has made a return to the streets- soon to be on packaging as well...


Pass the Barbecue neighbour...

A new poster for Swiss sales website Tutti.


Dig the City

Last year I worked with Modern Designers on the advertising for Manchesters Dig the City festival and we've just finished an update for this year, firstly with a new poster. This should be popping up around the city soon. All the details are on the nicely designed Dig the City website



Illustration for drinks magazine Imbibe. This accompanies an article about a special, unfiltered Sherry that has a 'bit of danger' about it. Sherry can be scary.


I printed this small wooden sign for design company The Storytellers, they commissioned it for a award ceremony to be presented to their employee of the year and its based on their cherub logo.


Drawing type

I have some work in this book about lettering by Alex Fowkes. It features the portfolios of 72 designers who specialise in hand drawn typography and you can have a look inside on Amazon here


Stranded Badger

My entry for SB Studios 1 beer, 100 names project. 100 illustrators, designers and artists were each given a beer name beginning with SB and asked to design a label for it. A run of bottles will be made up and exhibited and auctioned with profits going to charity.

Theres a bit more about this on the Creative Review site here and you can see all the beers here