Post Atomic Horror Podcast Supplemental 27 Cover

Client: AAlgar Production Year: 2016 With the release of the third ‘reboot’ film, Star Trek Beyond, came the opportunity to do a cover for The Post Atomic Horror Podcast’s special episode covering the film. I went with a variant of what I usually do for their between-season ‘supplemental’ episodes, a fake & humorous magazine cover, […]

Post Atomic Horror Podcast Supplemental 16 Cover

As the Post Atomic Horror podcast moved into reviewing Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, I finally got a chance to tackle one of my all-time favourite characters from Trek, Jadzia Dax.

Hand drawn & inked,coloured in inkscape.

Doctor Who Fan Stories – The Witch Hunters

Client: Jason R Wallace Year: 2014 In addition to the logo I also did this cover art for the second installment of the Doctor Who Fan Stories. Main figures are hand-drawn, inked, and all other elements coloured & created in inkscape.

Doctor Who Fan Stories Logo

Client: Jason Ryan Wallace Year: 2014 The Doctor Who Fan Stories are the audio adventures of an alternate 11th Doctor (played by Jason R. Wallace) and new companions. Given the wealth of Who-related iconography, I knew I had to evoke some of it, without being directly infringing on any current or past Who logos. I […]

Drunken Time Travel & Post Atomic Horror Crossover 3 Covers

Client: AAlgar Productions, and the Drunken Time Travel Podcast Year: 2013 A slight break in the style of these supplemental covers. No fake magazine this time, since it would be the second annual crossover with Drunken Time Travel. Since the gentlemen were discussing their personal worst Star Trek & Doctor Who episodes, I decided to […]

Tiger T-Shirt Graphic

Client: Swarupa Amin Year: 2013 So far a one-off design for my cousin’s birthday, this was based on a photograph taken by the birthday boy himself. Hand drawn, inked, then colour added in inkscape.

Post Atomic Horror Podcast Supplemental 14 Cover

Client: AAlgar Productions Year: 2013 A running joke on the Post Atomic Horror Podcast has been that several characters either to incompetent or unloved by the regular crews have been transferred to the USS Hood, including villains. The other running joke is I try to make fake magazine covers for all of these supplemental episodes. […]

Post Atomic Horror Podcast Supplemental 13 Cover

Client: AAlgar Productions Year: 2013 The 13th supplemental episode of the Post Atomic Horror Podcast was a little different from the norm, between-season show, focussing instead on a detailed discussion of Star Trek Into Darkness, the new movie that had just released. Therefore the cover art too deviated from the norm of a fake magazine […]

Sarcastic Voyage 163 ‘Golden Age’

The Sarcastic Voyage podcast went through a bit of a rethink around this time, dropping some segments and refocussing on sketch comedy, including several new bits that were evocative of the golden age of radio; serials and ongoing characters. To pay homage to this age I decided to make a quintessentially Golden Age science fiction […] Header

Client: Shantanu Adhicary Year: 2013 When longtime twitter cohort @tantanoo needed a header graphic & logo for his new photo-blog, he came to me, specifying that he did not want another one of those headers featuring a person (usually the photographer themselves) holding up an SLR camera. I suggested we go in the opposite direction […]

Keshav Bharadwaj Business Card

Client: Keshav Bharadwaj Year: 2013 An updated version of a simple black & white business card I whipped together in ten minutes for my father last year. The new version retains the bold industrial look but breaks up some of the hard shapes with greys, and incorporates a new ‘kb’ logo designed by Samir Bharadwaj. […]

Sarcastic Voyage Podcast 161 Cover

Client: AAlgar Productions Year: 2013 My brief for this cover for episode 161 of The Sarcastic Voyage Podcast was simple: the title “Fuck a Two.” The artwork itself has nothing to do with the actual context of the title (a humorous discussion about number fetishists in the show’s introductory segment), but the image pretty-much came […]