Coming soon: the ‘Wondrous Box-Gum Grassy Woodlands’ colouring book

I’m very pleased to announce that a new free colouring book will be available to download soon. Wondrous Box-Gum Grassy Woodlands: A colouring exploration of a diverse ecosystem was commissioned by the Australian Capital Territory Government and the Molonglo Conservation … Read More

Spiky grubs, tiny bats and the giant stinging tree

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Meet the punk caterpillar who’s willing to take on some of Australia’s most fearsome plants (the Gympie Stinger and Shiny-leaved Stinging Tree), and spends part of its life masquerading as a bat. In recent years it’s also begun to devour … Read More

How do you describe a forest? (or woodland, shrubland, grassland…)

Forests are hard to describe. So much complexity, so much thriving life. Colours, light and forms change with the seasons, and over time. How to fit all that into words or pictures? The ways to describe a forest are infinite, … Read More

New! Fairy-wrens of Australia t-shirt design

OK folks, thanks to your enthusiastic response to last week’s Australian robin design, you have given me inspiration to make more silly little bird cartoons. I draw them because they make me smile, so I hope that they brighten your … Read More

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