Wednesday, 11 November 2009

Wednesday, 9 September 2009

E4 sting by Vishal Shah and Lewis Campbell

A work of awesome greatness from Freaksignal Productions. I was very happy to create the running girl moving around the spinning E4 discs.
check out for more nutty genius.

Monday, 31 August 2009

Wednesday, 19 August 2009

it's been suggested to me that my desire to get in to the world of comics could be helped by drawing comic characters..... madness of course but here we are.....a kind of Silver surfer......and well,  it was fun. 

Friday, 14 August 2009

Fat Freddys Drop are an awsome Dub/Reggae-Jazz band from New Zealand. They contacted me about submitting work for a new remix album. Here are my thoughts....... 

Wednesday, 12 August 2009

Hmmmm.....I'm sitting at my desk wondering what to do next. Should I work on animation test I've been given , or work on a test brief for a random film thats come to my attention. Then again I wondering how I could convince the local press to cover my private view "Cripes!" next Thursday, or any of the illustration agencies I know of not to take a vague interest (they never do)
Things are weird. Business at the market is a struggle - I'm constantly battling with chance it would seem. Freelance work is elusive. Yet this year has been one of the busiest for me in terms of producing work, being involved in this project, that project-
I keep thinking about producing a piece of work-specifically for the market stall-as in London based-commercial -not Lewis indulging in his own nuttyness. Ah maybe one day.....when I can motivate myself to do so.

Thursday, 6 August 2009

San Diego comic con

So, I went to S D comic convention in California.The largest comic convention in the world. Having spent a large amount of time and effort on a comic project with writer Earl Butler it seemed the logical thing to do-emerse one self in to the heart of the American comic industry. At least that was the idea and to a small extent it worked.
But I wasn't prepared for just how big and all encompassing- all consuming the event was. With something like 120,000 attendees it was a little difficult for one to comfortably stroll around and make the all important contacts. 
By the end of the four days event I was a wreck -having put all my energies in to promoting my self and the comic and doing so on very little sleep. Now I'm in London and it's been raining for 4 hours. I have a small plastic box full of business cards from the comic cin and I'm not 100% sure what to do with them.

Comic samples to follow soon.

Friday, 31 July 2009

Lewis + Dalston + Trendy Café + Paint = Big picture on walls …





Lewis paints the inside of “Tina, We Salute You” Café.


See the work from 4th Aug, Private view from 5pm Thus on 20th Aug.


47 King Henry's Walk, Dalston, London N1 4NH

Tuesday, 30 June 2009

new work new work new work!

Monday, 18 May 2009

funny sometimes I spend alot of time on a drawing ,then completly forget about it. Sometimes it pays to look back at older work-I can steal my own ideas!

Friday, 15 May 2009

he he this is funny, drew it 5 years ago in Australia when they were about to re-make kong the movie in new zealand.....oh how I tried to get involved!

Thursday, 16 April 2009

Wednesday, 1 April 2009

If you've ever been to Greenwich market (where I'm trading on saturdays) may know what this is about. I'm saying nothing.....


hmm, not sure what this picture is all about.....but I like it anyway.