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Here are all the ‘One a Day’ illustrations to date, ordered from earliest to latest. The project finished on January 20th, 2012.

The final illustration of the project was The End (#365/365) ~ 20th January 2012.


If you say Jesus backwards it sounds like sausage

Lake, Codex, RadioheadNo idea...Sleight of Hand





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48 thoughts on “The One a Day Project 2011

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  4. Ah! They’re wonderful! I really love your first one, saying “Jesus” backwards and all.

    I’d probably buy the “Mysterious case of the hairy shapes.” It’s intriguing, I imagine a story behind the enigma.

  5. hey ben, great concept and fantastic pics. if you do print them let me know as there are a few i would love to grab!

  6. Hi Ben just checked back in to see how the panic is going and love what i see. If you do decide to print some I know where I may do some Christmas shopping,between the t-shirts and prints i may cover a few gifts ideas. Thank mate

  7. Really inspiring work! Do these start as sketching in a sketchbook? if so are you just scanning them in to photoshop for editing? the one with the “50″ drawn on a crinkled piece of paper is particularly nice. how did you do that?

    • Hi Jean, thanks for the comment! All the illustrations, apart from where I’ve said they are markers and ink are done in illustrator cs4. As I’m doing one a day I have to try and get them done quickly… (I have a day job too!). I kind of mentally draw something during the day then get it drawn in illustrator that night. After drawing and coloring I take the piece into photoshop for some texturing, hence the crumbed paper on “50″ :)

      I also use a wacom board for all the digital illustrations.

  8. These are awesome! I especially like the turtle, octopus, and whale — wonderful illustrations. Great job on drawing nearly 200 illustrations — and good luck with reaching your goal!

      • thanks ben:] cos i’m planning to buy a tablet but it’ll be my 1st one so i don’t have an experience in using tablets. does it really make a difference? is it really like drawing normally (just like on paper without pixelated lines?) sorry for the questions. this’ll be my last thanks Cheers:D

  9. Hi Ben! These are fantastic…it’s a little peek into a creatives mind! Love the feet in water, all the skulls and the skeletons in headware…and and and..hahah! You’ve got a great style. Love seeing them all on one page, that was a brilliant additive…makes it for me! S

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  11. What great illustrations! I think they’d make a very interesting story book for children with discerning taste. It’s a good body of work that’s come out of your discipline – thanks for sharing.

  12. Woah man…
    Speechless but I’ll try to find some words.
    Damn I LOOOOVE your drawings. They’re just AMAZING!!!
    Specially the Skull dudes serie.
    KEEP UP THE WAY EXCELLENT WORK and the best to you for 2012.
    \µ/—>:)

  13. Your work is amazing. Is it all the work of just yourself, and not a ‘team’? (from elsewhere on your blog I get that impression it’s just you). The work is so varied and diverse, especially seeing as almost all done with a Wacom tablet. I am now a big fan.

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