Photomontage

I’ve been creating photomontage illustrations for newspapers and magazines since 1990. There’s no way to encapsulate two and a half decades of work on a single web page, so instead I’ve just picked out some of my personal favourites. Click on any image to enlarge it.

G2-youth-pols

Why politicians shouldn’t try to woo the young, for The Guardian.

Ind-Viagra-townThe town where they make Viagra, for The Independent. Sometimes the simplest ideas are the best.

G2-Brown-Blair-hugBrown and Blair make up, for The Guardian.

RD-placebos

Feature on placebos, for Reader’s Digest. How do you illustrate something that isn’t there?

G2-TV-girl

Are kids watching too much TV, for The Guardian. Simple ideas rule, once again.

Obama-xmas

Obama’s Christmas, for Internazionale.

RT-Top-Gear-women

How Top Gear would look if it were presented by women, for Radio Times.

STel-disposable-CEOs

Disposable CEOs, for the Sunday Telegraph.

Ind-Spring

Seasonal banner for The Independent

FT-net-art

Computers as art, Damien Hirst style, for the Financial Times.

G2-fish-&-chips

G2 cover for The Guardian.

Ind-de-Boton

Alain de Boton immortalised in stone, for The Independent.

PCPro-Englebart-small

The man who invented the mouse, for PC Pro.

STel-Bowker-camelI have absolutely no recollection of what this Sunday Telegraph illustration was about.

STel-zombie-pensionerZombie pensioners claiming benefits, for the Sunday Telegraph.

RD-ConcretingConcreting over the countryside, for Reader’s Digest.

SMG-lunar-constructionBuilding on the moon, for the Sunday Times Magazine.

pcf-spy-caseSpy case, for PC Format.


Book, newspaper and magazine covers

A small selection of the covers and front pages I’ve put together over the years.