This was supposed to illustrate a story on a pyramid scheme in Hong Kong where they lure Mainland Chinese in and rip them off. The thing is they went to great lengths to dodge the term pyramid scheme so the feeling was we might get sued if we ran the illo.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Monday, December 17, 2012
This illustration was for the Review section of the South China Morning Post. The story was about bondage in literature.
Saturday, December 8, 2012
A Health Post cover from a few week's ago for the South China Morning Post. The obvious way to go with this wld be to have a robotic hand holding a scalpel, but I liked the idea of having the stitches as binary code instead .. bit more subtle. The argument against it was that some people might not get it. If I was to come across something that I didn't immediately get, I'd think, "but hang on, someone has published it so it must make sense," and look further. Classic case in point, Gary Larsson. Many times I didn't get Larson at first look but as we all know, with him, there was always a payoff if you put in the time to figure it out.
Health Post also went with my suggested heading, so i was pretty pleased with that too.
Wednesday, December 5, 2012
An illustration for the cover of last weekend's Review in the South China Morning Post. The story was about a film where a woman is persecuted on the internet.
Saturday, December 1, 2012
PSY's in Hong Kong this week for the South Korean Music Awards. He also performed in Macau. This is an illustration for the Focus page in the South China Morning Post.