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MRP collaborated with six South African artists on a limited edition range of tees as part of a new PROJECT collection. The range features original illustrations created by myself, as well as artists Lorenzo Plaatjies, Jade Klara, Kobie Nieuwoudt, Maaike Bakker and Sebastian Quevauvilliers.

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In celebration of their birthday, the tech blog Pixel Vulture approached a variety of artists to depict their various blog categories: Gaming, Tech, Geek, and of course, the pixel vulture himself!

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New York natives Charly Bliss released a comic to accompany their 2017 Album “Guppy”. In celebration, they brought together artists from around the world to interpret their music as visuals. I channeled their album-opener “Percolator” into a tale of teenage rebellion.

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Xi West is a branding agency, that predominantly re-brands Chinese sex toys for western markets. For the “girl gang” range, the company had to re-imagine Mr Jbo’s top-selling female sex toys for a US-based market. I was tasked with illustrating 5 distinct characters, and their respective emoji’s, which who would each reflect the qualities of

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Femme Magnifique is a feminist comic anthology which was successfully crowdfunded on Kickstarter. Lauren Beukes and I put together a two-pager on South African pop legend Brenda Fassie. Colour was done by Brian Miller, Lettering by Adi Bidikar, edited by Shelly Bond.

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Project Sinai wanted to create a video to encourage young Jewish people to get excited about Shabbos.  The project was written by Hollywood writer David Sacks, and produced by Joburg agency Masters & Savant. I produced all of the illustrations for this piece, all animation done by Matthew McFarlane for Masters&Savant.

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A variety of album covers created for local and international bands.

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One Pager for Black Crown Quarterly regular page “Hey, Amateur!”, edited by comics deity Shelly Bond, Words: Leah Moore, Lettering: Adi Bidikar, Ink and Colour: Nanna Venter

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Thanks to Dojo 115, I got to feel what it was like to have a recurring section in The Rolling Stone. I did four months before passing on the torch to the talented Elio Moavera. Additionally, I ended up doing the layout and cover for a limited edition Cactus Jack mini-comic that would come packaged with

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While in Denmark, I was approached by Nanna Inie to do editorial illustrations for Askov Højskole, a Danish educational institution.

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