After many years producing these posters in the traditional way using gouache paint and brush I have now embraced the new medium of digital. This hasn't necessarily speeded up the process as I produce these in virtually the same way as I always did, but rather than paint and board I now use a digital canvas. Whilst still loving the looseness of a painted image I find that digital has the benefit of giving a crisp line and a vibrant flat colour. These are not 'computer generated images' as many believe, a computer will not break down an image into such simple blocks of colour. These are not manipulated in Photoshop, in fact the only time Photoshop is used is to clean up the scan of the pencil line work.
The only way to achieve these images is by drawing them as you will see in the following images. Because they are produced as 'Vector' illustrations rather than being resolution based it means they can be reproduced in any size without a loss of quality.