Category Archives: Illustration

Examples of illus­tra­tions done for fun, for cli­ents, or avail­able for licens­ing.

'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

Dulwich Books has done it again!!

Gosh they are good!! I was cre­at­ing my socks off on yet anoth­er image of geni­us for anoth­er lucky cli­ent, when.….KERPLONK and P'CHING! My com­puter was alert­ing me to the arrival of an email. You would think that noise would get … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Caricature of Sir John Major

I see Sir John Major is back in the limelight, which is great because....

Sir John Major states 'energy com­pan­ies should be hit by a 'Wind­fall' tax' Which is very green of him! Apart from that oppor­tun­ity for a bit of mirth. I say great because, it gives me a good excuse to bring out a … Con­tin­ue read­ing

How to build a rocket in the middle of your living room!!

I am com­mis­sioned by Life­style Magazine to add some light hearted humour to the sub­ject mat­ter 'Adult Edu­ca­tion'. Con­tin­ue read­ing

Dulwich Festival 2013: Miko's Open Studio and Cartoon Workshop

We have just had a couple of exhaust­ing, but thor­oughly enjoy­able week­ends. As part of the pres­ti­gi­ous Dul­wich Fest­iv­al 20th Anniversary, I was asked to run a few car­toon work­shops, to which I agreed. While I was at it, would … 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

Ever nearly fallen asleep at the wheel? Too many of us have....

My latest com­mis­sion was illus­trat­ing an art­icle about tak­ing your car abroad. This is an art­icle for 'Mot­ab­il­ity Life­style', the motor­ing magazine for the dis­abled. Driv­ing on for­eign roads is tough enough for the able bodied.Yet anoth­er reas­on to be … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Anyone recognise this Red Nose Day Nose?

Well, if you do.…… .……you are far too old to be read­ing Miko's hip, cool and groovy Mikob­logo! It is com­ing up for the great Red Nose Day. Don't for­get, it's March 15th, do some­thing silly and make silly money for … 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

Another Example of What Illustrations Can Do for an Art Gallery's Publicity Material

As an illus­trat­or, I am some­times asked to cre­ate pub­li­city mater­i­al for exhib­i­tions of art­work by oth­er artists. Some artists do not allow oth­er artists to use their images even for pro­mo­tion­al pur­poses. So we have to cre­ate our way … Con­tin­ue read­ing

A new 'communications' illustration for the web

I cre­ated this illus­tra­tion for the 'con­tact us' page for a new web site. Again, a dif­fer­ent style which I think would make a great image for a greet­ings card, cloth­ing etc. Using a dif­fer­ent image to a type­writer and dif­fer­ent appro­pri­ate … Con­tin­ue read­ing

Two Very Different Monkey Images....which do you prefer?

I loooooooove exper­i­ment­ing with my cre­at­ive illus­tra­tions. Styles, Tech­niques, Graph­ic, Real­ist­ic, Humor­ous, Soft­ware et al.… So here are a two very dif­fer­ent mon­keys, cre­ated in very dif­fer­ent ways. Which do you prefer?   Or this one? This last smil­ing mon­key is still a … Con­tin­ue read­ing