22 November 2011

Super Moo Stickers

I’ve adapted the Super System to make stickers… Moo stickers.

If you’ve not heard of Moo then they’re a printing company who offer a unique technology called “printfinity” – Which lets you print a different image on every item in a pack. You can print business cards, postcards, greetings cars and stickers.

Conjuring up 50 different images for a pack of stickers can be quite a challenge, until now. The Super Moo Sticker System does all the hard work for you… creating a completely unique Super Hero sticker in a single click.

This system also generates names but sometimes a name like “The Yellow Spirit” won’t match a hero with a purple costume so I’ve included an option to change that… or hide the name completely. You can also over-type it with a name of your choosing.

Note: The resolution is quite high so if your screen isn’t big enough to cope you’ll have to use your browser settings and zoom out a bit or scroll to see it all.

How to defeat crime…

Alternatively, you could buy some ready-made…




21 November 2011

The Super System

Inspired by films like Super and Kick Ass as well as real-life heroes like Phoenix Jones and The Dark Spartan I've developed a system to generate Costumed Crimefighters!

Ideally I'd like to become a super hero myself but I doubt very much if I could strike fear into the lawless without some serious weaponry... and, sadly, I'm not as wealthy as Bruce Wayne.

Instead I've devised a system to help would-be heroes come-up with appropriate costumes and names. Have a go - make a hero now... (requires Flash, a-ha Savior of the Universe)

Note: The resolution is quite high so if your screen isn’t big enough to cope you’ll have to use your browser settings and zoom out a bit or scroll to see it all.

Giclée Super Prints


To celebrate the release of the super system I'm selling off 10 limited edition A2 Super prints at the super special price of £35 for a limited time only. Since that price is clearly criminal it won't stay that low for long. So don't delay, order today...

Here's some images. Enjoy!





17 November 2011

Junction Jeopardy

I’ve completed another animation for the Keep Your Wheels project. ‘Junction Jeopardy’ is the forth installment in the series and advises riders to slow down and adjust their road position when approaching a junction.

Bristol City Council's Tom Southerby said; "This fantastic animation helps inform young moped/scooter riders on the issues they face at junctions in a humourous and informative way. Ian's work is always great at getting our key messages across to young riders and I would highly recommend his work for others targeting this age group".