Wednesday, July 27, 2011

I've been planning to have a website for several years now. It sounds simple enough but man is it hard. It must just be me though, since my snap-happy sister Denise Scicluna managed to create two websites in the space of 2 years or so, with my good friend and ace graphic designer Marco also managing the same. Humiliating. Anyway, several things are falling into place now, my website being one of them. The site was for the most part designed by myself, with all the technical bits taken care of by the guys at (arguably Malta's freshest studio) Porridge.

Check it out here!


In what seems to have been a week of firsts, I have also done my first bit of wall painting in ages. First ever wall in London too..

Pictures of the finished pieces over at my Flickr.

Wednesday, July 13, 2011

East London.

You know you're in a good 'hood when you're randomly walking to the supermarket for some shopping and you catch a glimpse of a Horfe piece on the side of a van reflected in a shop's display window. You know you're in a really good neighbourhood when you spot two other Horfe pieces and a Roid piece 2 minutes later. I like!

That reminds me that I really need to do some painting of my own..

Wednesday, July 6, 2011


Hi all and and welcome to my fresh fresh blog. Here I'll be posting bits and pieces which don't make it on my new website. It's so new that it's actually not even up yet, but you'll be able to browse through that in a couple of days' time by clicking here. I will meanwhile post some stuff I've been doing recently.

I'm currently working on some comic work for the National Museum of Archaeology in Malta for the newly inaugurated Bronze Age section. The picture above is one of the final images. I rarely ever used colour in the few comic doodlings I've done before and having to use colour made me feel slightly unsettled. I tried a couple of approaches different to my previous work which eventually evolved into this ink layering technique, partly inspired by Jon Mc Naught's lovely lithograph work.


Apart from the above I've been mostly occupied with moving to London and hanging out at UCA Maidstone's D&AD New Blood stand where I had some work in a folder.


 Hasta la proxima!