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Tech Monthly - The Spotless Mind

Editorial for The Observers Tech Monthly supplement based on the future manipulation and creation of memories alongside the headline 'Manipulating memories is no longer Science Fiction' 

You can also follow and see more stuff on my instagram account over ar @jhudsonwork

SHOP Cover- Hamburg
Really pleased with how this cover turned out, I’ve wanted to do something using a three panel narrative for a while now, so I was pretty happy when the client wanted to run with this idea.
This illustration was created for the Hamburg issue about travelling in style.

SHOP Cover- Hamburg

Really pleased with how this cover turned out, I’ve wanted to do something using a three panel narrative for a while now, so I was pretty happy when the client wanted to run with this idea.

This illustration was created for the Hamburg issue about travelling in style.

Back to School - INT x LGC Collaboration
Here’s my design for the new London Graphics Centre billboard in collaboration with itsnicethat, it’s up in their Covent Garden store now! 
You can read and hear more about it on the INT website here if you like.

Back to School - INT x LGC Collaboration

Here’s my design for the new London Graphics Centre billboard in collaboration with itsnicethat, it’s up in their Covent Garden store now! 

You can read and hear more about it on the INT website here if you like.

Later this week..
I’ve been working away with London Graphics Centre in collaboration with Itsnicethat on a new billboard design to go up in the LGC store at the end of this week, keep them peeled.

Later this week..

I’ve been working away with London Graphics Centre in collaboration with Itsnicethat on a new billboard design to go up in the LGC store at the end of this week, keep them peeled.

Computer Arts gif - Collaboration
Illustrator Mr Bingo standing in the personality scanning machine which was animated by the talented Joe Sparkes for the ipad edition of Computer Arts Magazine.

Computer Arts gif - Collaboration

Illustrator Mr Bingo standing in the personality scanning machine which was animated by the talented Joe Sparkes for the ipad edition of Computer Arts Magazine.

Computer Arts- Collaboration
I collaborated with my buddy Joe Sparkes on the animated ipad edition for Computer Arts Magazine. Here’s a gif he made of one of the cropped in sections, powerful quiff wobble!

Computer Arts- Collaboration

I collaborated with my buddy Joe Sparkes on the animated ipad edition for Computer Arts Magazine. Here’s a gif he made of one of the cropped in sections, powerful quiff wobble!

Computer Arts Cover - Self Promo to Suit You
Great to see my Computer Arts cover in the flesh with a sweet spot varnish over the type too! You can pick up a copy in stores now, I also have quite a few illustrations knocking around inside for the main feature along with an animated ipad edition which I’ll post here soon.

Computer Arts Cover - Self Promo to Suit You

Great to see my Computer Arts cover in the flesh with a sweet spot varnish over the type too! You can pick up a copy in stores now, I also have quite a few illustrations knocking around inside for the main feature along with an animated ipad edition which I’ll post here soon.

Travelator

Travelator

Focus Magazine- Hollywood Science
Illustration to accompany a feature on the new ‘Before I go to Sleep’ movie which stars Nicole Kidman. The article separates science facts from movie fiction and this one investigates the effects of amnesia.
I was inspired by Ron Muecks 'In Bed' sculpture for this one and the sheer scale of the piece.

Focus Magazine- Hollywood Science

Illustration to accompany a feature on the new ‘Before I go to Sleep’ movie which stars Nicole Kidman. The article separates science facts from movie fiction and this one investigates the effects of amnesia.

I was inspired by Ron Muecks 'In Bed' sculpture for this one and the sheer scale of the piece.

Transport for London - Kenwood House
Here’s my poster created for TFL’s ‘Without Leaving London’ campaign which went live at the beginning of this week. I wanted the poster to be able to sustain the classic travel poster aesthetic whilst also feeling contemporary, the bright selective colour palette helped me to achieve this (I hope)
Exciting to see these posters out and about on London underground/ bus stations, if you manage to snap a pic, please get in touch as I’d love to see them!

Transport for London - Kenwood House

Here’s my poster created for TFL’s ‘Without Leaving London’ campaign which went live at the beginning of this week. I wanted the poster to be able to sustain the classic travel poster aesthetic whilst also feeling contemporary, the bright selective colour palette helped me to achieve this (I hope)

Exciting to see these posters out and about on London underground/ bus stations, if you manage to snap a pic, please get in touch as I’d love to see them!

The New Review
An editorial spread on future technology for The Observers, The New Review in last Sunday’s paper

The New Review

An editorial spread on future technology for The Observers, The New Review in last Sunday’s paper

The Observer- Tech Monthly

I had the fun job of illustrating 7 spot illustrations of Ancient inventions for The Observers - Tech Monthly last week.

The Quarterly Magazine
An editorial about winemaking for The Quarterly Magazine designed and Art Directed by Showmedia

The Quarterly Magazine

An editorial about winemaking for The Quarterly Magazine designed and Art Directed by Showmedia

The Guardian - Do Something Magazine
Illustration for The Guardians supplement magazine called Do Something based on idea of free libraries within neighbourhoods

The Guardian - Do Something Magazine

Illustration for The Guardians supplement magazine called Do Something based on idea of free libraries within neighbourhoods

Pick Me Up Festival Wall
Better late than never ay… this was my complete wall of prints and practical sculptures from the exhibition last May. 
Photography by Kevin Meredith

Pick Me Up Festival Wall

Better late than never ay… this was my complete wall of prints and practical sculptures from the exhibition last May. 

Photography by Kevin Meredith