Showing posts from 2015

He's back! Again. But how?

Are you trying to figure out what the hell the new Terminator Genisys movie plot is about, and in the process tying your noodle up in knots? Then worry no more. My clear and simple graphic explains all. Erm, okay, it's not immediately clear, and it's not that simple... but it is easier to understand than reading a slab of text about it! (Click the image to enlarge) The hi-res graphic is available to download from Graphic News .

Marvel's Cinematic Universe...

I had fun putting this bad boy together, giggling away as I thought about getting paid for drawing superheroes! (Click to enlarge) As ever, the hi-res files are available to download from Graphic News here .

So the Shroud of Turin might be real after all!

I've had fun working on this for a few days. I had no idea that a couple of years ago they'd carbon dated it again and found it was from the era of Jesus. The Shroud goes on public display in Turin for 10 weeks from April 19. (Click to enlarge) As an aside, there is a very good Shroud app for iPad. I used it for this graphic and it was really useful. It's packed full of really interesting nuggets of info (albeit badly translated from Italian into English). You can download it  here . Graphic News subscribers can download hi-res versions of this graphic here .

A 3DS that doesn't make you blind or barf!

Graphic available to download from GRAPHIC NEWS .

Tomb builder...

Greek authorities say that human bones found in a plundered tomb dating from the era of Alexander the Great belong to at least five individuals, including an elderly woman and a baby. Scroll down to view my finished infographic, and on the way, see how the tomb cut-away drawing was created  (images can be clicked and enlarged) . Graphic is available to download from GRAPHIC NEWS , and is featured on the  Technical Illustrators website.