Not so much art as graphic design, I’ve drawn a bunch of stuff for the retro computing community and am now regularly asked to do something special for projects people are developing. Here you will find my collection of repro cartridge labels, over 300 truetype fonts, posters, cover art etc. that I’ve produced for the community.

Back in 2017 I was teaching myself how to draw in modern illustration software. I chose Affinity Designer because Adobe illustrator is only available as a subscription and “software as a service” is a business model that needs to die in a fire. I decided to draw retro computers and peripherals as these are the […]
I have generated some (387) Truetype fonts from original bitmaps from Atari 8-Bit computers. These were created by very very talented people many many years ago. Ripped by hackers lost to the mists of time. Collected by archivists for future generations, now massaged by me.
A little while ago tmp on AtariAge messaged me and asked if I would help him to update the label for his SD card based multicart, the awesome AVG Cart. Far from being “Average”, this cart is the best SD based cart available for the Atari 8-Bit; similar in design to the Ultimate cart, but […]
Just for fun now and then I mock up some box art for an Atari 8bit project, sometimes by request, sometimes I just feel like it. Here they are, in all their high-res glory!
I made an updated version of the Facebook Group "Atari 8-Bit Computers" group cover
I am attempting to recreate every cartridge label ever made for the Atari 8bit series of computers. I have a significant number now done, but many more mostly 3rd party ones still to go.
I reproduced a 1980's T-shirt for a couple of archivists I follow on Twitter.
Atari 'Big Box' Pascal Boxart. The header for Bill Lange's "Inside Atari Pascal" Blog
Boxart and Cart label for a limited run of Platoterm Carts
This is an interesting thing. Back in October 2016, AtariAge member farago posted a photo of a wall chart he had had on his wall for many years and said it came from “The Computer Center” in Connecticut, indeed it has their copyright message in the bottom right corner. The reason I say it’s interesting […]