Twentieth Century

The action takes place in 1933 on the iconic train that ran between Chicago and New York. A rising starlet regards the train as a symbol of her increasing success, while an old flame, down on his luck, sees her as his last chance.

And Then There Were None

The brief was for something to suggest the isolation of the location, the terror of the murders, and the sense of helplessness as the victims are picked off, one by one.

A Murder Is Announced: Program Cover

We have to adapt each Metro poster to the limits of their program cover as part of the job. This has its own set of demands since the program cover is done with off-set printing, using only black plus one colour. This involves a real re-think of the graphic, not least because the dimensions are […]

Plaza Suite (2)

Keith’s alternate version of the Plaza Suite illustration with simplified colours and some gentle texture. The edges have been roughed up to suggest a hand-made look. Prints are available in a number of sizes.

The Melville Boys (Alt 2)

Another alternate for The Melville Boys. Typographic posters are a very different way of looking at illustration and can be great fun.

The Melville Boys (Alt 1)

The theme of The Melville Boys (dueling brothers) lead to this alternate illustration, inspired by Mexican wrestling posters. Even though it was rejected, we had great fun with the source image. Prints are available.