Having first come to prominence in UK publications like NME, Esquire and Time Out. It was his iconic work for the Prodigy on the ‘Fat of The Land’ Lp that first brought him to the attention of an international audience. A long and varied career has seen him design toys and direct animation in addition to working with Lucasfilm (Star Wars and Indiana Jones), The Times, The Guardian, The Observer, the BBC, Channel 4, Sci Fi Channel, Disney, XL Recordings, Fatboy Slim, Ugly Duckling, Prince Fatty, Sugarhill Records, and Carhartt.
He has drawn and written comics for The Mighty Boosh, The Prodigy, Sony Playstation, The Observer, Foyles Bookstore, Motorola/ Hip Hop Immortals and The Official Chart Company. His graphic novel with Robert Sellers, ‘Hellraisers’ (SelfMadeHero) was critically acclaimed, and his other books include ‘How To Speak Wookiee’, ‘How To Speak Droid with R2-D2’, (Chronicle Books) and ‘The Mammoth Book Of Street Art’. (Constable and Robinson). He is not as fluent in Wookiee as you would maybe think, but can do a passable jedi mindtrick after a pint or two.
Recent news from The Cass
The Cass students think outside the box at iconic London art venues.
The Cass annual festival of employability and entrepreneurship.
Staff members recognised for outstanding contribution within the University.
A Cass Architecture alumnus, Alex Scott-Whitby has been announced as the winner of the London Festival of Architecture’s Modern Maypole competition in the centre of London.
The acclaimed actor and writer, Richard Katz, visits Cass Theatre Arts students to discuss his experience of working in the performing arts industry.
Thursday, 14 December, 3-8pm
The twelfth annual open studios at Calcutta House features exhibition by Fine Art BA and Photography BA students and a pop up exhibition by first year architects.
Musarc, the architectural choir/research project based at The Cass, has announced details of their 2017 Christmas Concert.
Students from The Cass recently participated in Window Wanderland, an international festive initiative developed by a Cass alumna.
Foundation students at The Cass exhibit over 2000 sculptures in pop-up plasticine exhibition
The Winter Graduation ceremony saw hundreds of London Met graduands celebrate their academic achievements at London’s Barbican Centre.
Sarah Jane Wilson, who studied Creative Writing at London Met, will have her debut novel published in 2018.
Denise Lewis, a recent Textile Design BA graduate, has won a competition to design curtain fabric for the anti-poverty and social action centre, Toynbee Hall.
Richard Wilson OBE, aka Victor Meldrew, was awarded an honorary degree by London Metropolitan University at the 2017 Winter Graduation ceremony.
London Met raises awareness of homelessness in London with a Textile Design project.
An evening of celebration was held in order to launch Just Met 2017, an anthology featuring creative writing work from students at the University.