© Robbie Porter
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Poster design for Clash Magazine's music night East not East in Dalston.
The Librarian's List
A children's book that tells the story of a man with no story of his own.
I'm definitely a night time person, that's when I get the most work done.
Personal Project exploring a little bit of magic and mystery...
The Day Death Died
Title for an unwritten story...
Anarchy in Science
Personal illustration in response to an article in the Guardian.
We Can Do It
In support of the rise in feminism within India.
stoopid drawing by a stoopid person.
One Man Band
Playing around with a few new textures.
Advice to sink in Slowly
Poster for Advice to Sink in Slowly - a website where artists give advice to first year students
Suicide in the Army
Personal piece in response to an article warning of the rise in suicides within the U.S army.
Figures of Surrealism
A collection of the members, associates and influences of Surrealism.
Hazy Maze Cave
Group exhibition at Analogue Books, title taken from a particular level in a Super Mario game.
Personal piece I made during the madness that was the olympics!
I was commissioned to create two illustrations for a newborn's bedroom.
Portrait of the comedy writer and film maker.
Dance with your Shadow
Personal piece inspired by a song/lyric from the band Why?
Poster/cover design for the Leeds based music zine.
National Museums of Scotland
Colouring in sheets for the museums 'late night' event.
Self initiated work
Group exhibition at SuperClub in Edinburgh.
New Scientist Magazine
Editorial piece for an article called 'Fantasy Fix' about cell re-development in the brain.
New York Times
Editorial piece for an article about hacking the X-box Kinect.
Hope you enjoyed the film, now GET OUT!
Group exhibition where we were asked to re-mix the work of others.
I've always been in love with electricity pylons.
Tyler the Creator
Portrait of the controversial rapper / sock seller..
Solo Exhibition exploring the themes of work and play.
The Adventure Collection
Solo Exhibition at Urban Outfitters.
A group exhibition where artists were asked to illustrate their favourite places in Edinburgh.
a little nod towards Saul Bass' vertigo design.
This is how I feel most of the time.
No More Stars
Sometimes it feels like the age of exploration is lost forever.
First in what will hopefully be a series of illustrations.
A leaving present for a friend.
Top of the Class
Don't be shy, put your hand up if you know the answer.
Artwork for Michael Cassidy's debut single Battleships
Various editorial pieces for UCLA Magazine.
The Other Side
Various editorial pieces for The Other Side Magazine.
Poster for a live hip-hop band
Show & Tell
Poster design for Simon Munnery's Edinburgh Fringe show La Concepta
After the earthquake & tsunami that hit Japan I made this print to help raise money for the re-build effort.
Exhibition at Urban Outfitters
Portrait for The Skinny of the comedian Imran Yusuf who "seems to resist the idea of putting himself or anyone else into neat little boxes"
For The peeps Who Don't Sleep
Poster designs for a music night in Sheffield.
Portrait of the lovey-dovey soul singer.
Some pages from a self-published zine.
Rock 'n' Roll
Silly idea that I found quite funny.
Form Fifty Five
Banner design for the blog Form Fifty Five, it was up for a week and changed a little each day.
Personal piece featuring my favourite invention!
Cover for The List's Christmas guide.
This is a club i made up. i'm in the club, do you want to join?
A collection of unfinished ideas...