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TWISTED PICTURE

DANGER... The quality of these prints will KNOCK YOU OUT!!!

Back in the 1990's the boxing magazines were full of boxing drawings for sale, some better than others, some so dreadful I couldn't look at them!

So I decided to use my illustration skills and compete. It all went very well but work commitments and expensive magazine advertising costs meant that I had to focus on my career and more profitable angles.

In 1999 I took over the running of a Graphic Design agency called Clik Creations Ltd which was a great move and we are still going strong today. My love of boxing has always been there and I still subscribe to the same boxing magazines that I used to run home with and read from front to back every Friday, every one of them still in my loft in an ever growing archive of beautiful boxing history.

For some reason since I started advertising in 1996 nobody else has bothered so I have decided to get my gloves off and pencils out and get back to the drawing board. The old classics from the time (which were just my personal favourites) are still available and I intend to start adding to my small collection so that boxing fans around the world can enjoy a quality piece of limited edition fine art for themselves, at knockout prices.

Take a look around the web site, see what I intend to do in 2013, send in any requests so that I can get an idea of what the boxing community are actually after and maybe even purchase a piece of your own! So I'll finish off with my catch phrase from the 90's and say...

DANGER! The quality of these prints will KNOCK YOU OUT!!!

For Sale

The subject in all of my illustrations were carefully sketched out using various grades of pencil, usually at A3 size on a quality grade cartridge paper. Pencil These illustrations get scanned in on a very high quality scanner ensuring that every single...

About me

Boxing has always fascinated me. I remember watching Ali get mauled by Spinks at my Nans house when I was a kid and thinking that it was the most amazing thing I'd ever seen. I first put a pair of gloves on in 1980 when I was 12 at Pool Farm Boys Club...

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