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Puuuurrrrrfect Partneeeerrrrrs.…..

What a life!!! Ped­alling along a quiet coun­try lane, with your loved one. Lying in the shad­ow of a grand old oak tree enjoy­ing your pic­nic by the mean­der­ing brook. Puuuurrrrrfect! There! You expec­ted me to say some­thing funny! Well … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Charlie Chaplin…

…I won­der what he was like to work with. Pretty much a per­fec­tion­ist I guess, and there­fore per­haps not a happy atmo­sphere in the stu­dio? Four mar­riages, that's enough to put one in a bad mood and elev­en chil­dren and … Con­tin­ue read­ing

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The Contented Scarecrow Concerto

Any Birthdays coming up, or a bare wall that would benefit from a smile?

Well, just click around the corner and you can take a stroll around Miko's gal­ler­ies and buy his wall art and greet­ings cards. Miko-Greetings.com It's worth the walk.

I take my humourous illustrations as seriously as I do my serious illustrations

It's very odd,creating an idea and an image which make people laugh, is actu­ally taken very ser­i­ously. Not a smile comes to my little face, while I'm work­ing on what will make my audi­ence smile. This is one of my vari­ous … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Charlie Chaplin caricature

Do you know a sick little someone?

Put a little smile on their face, cheer them up send them this Miko car­toon. This is a very quick sketch using Sketch­book Pro. A great pro­gramme, espe­cially for quick pen­cil roughs. Does any­one else use it? 

'Scaramanga!' What a great name and what a great Marketing Company!

A while back I was lucky enough to be asked to come up with some fun and mem­or­able images for Scaramanga's pub­li­city. What a won­der­ful cli­ent to have, know­ing exactly what they want, yet open to new ideas, new approaches, … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Another illustration for 'Lifestyle' and Rory Mackenzie's article

One just has to have huge respect and admir­a­tion for action man Rory Mack­en­zie, the author of the main art­icle in this month's 'Life­style Magazine'. He was serving as a med­ic in Iraq when a road side bomb blew off … Con­tin­ue read­ing

There is an Abundance of Nature Films. But None Like this…

This the first of a series of a few.….….closely observed films about deer. Our first was obvi­ously filmed in the UK. Enjoy.… Respect for the cam­eraper­son who risked get­ting a nasty cold

First it was 'Space Critters!' and now it's a Baby Alien!

You may remem­ber the sur­prise I had one recent morn­ing, when I awoke to find a chat­ter­ing (whatever the col­lect­ive noun is!) of Space Crit­ters on my draw­ing board. Well it's happened again!! I am work­ing on a cute baby fun … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Breathe Easy Campaign Creative Concepts

  I've been com­mis­sioned to cre­ate char­ac­ter and situ­ation con­cepts for the Brit­ish Lung Foundation's  'Breathe Easy' Cam­paign. So my thoughts are towards fresh air and blue skies and to visu­al­ise both free­dom of breath­ing fresh air and restric­tion of … Con­tin­ue read­ing