When Spike Lee contacted me a couple of months ago asking for one of my Mookie prints I was pretty psyched. I’m obviously a massive fan of the man and his work. I sent 2 prints with a note asking if he could sign one and send it back to me. He’s a pretty busy dude so I kind of never expected to see it again. Lo and behold this came through the mail this morning! Already framed and up on my studio wall - "To Dale, doing da right thing. Peace and Love, Spike Lee". Massively impressed - top man
If you want to ‘be like Spike’ you can buy the print here
http://www.littlereddots.co.uk/collections/home/products/mookie

When Spike Lee contacted me a couple of months ago asking for one of my Mookie prints I was pretty psyched. I’m obviously a massive fan of the man and his work. I sent 2 prints with a note asking if he could sign one and send it back to me. He’s a pretty busy dude so I kind of never expected to see it again. Lo and behold this came through the mail this morning! Already framed and up on my studio wall - "To Dale, doing da right thing. Peace and Love, Spike Lee". 

Massively impressed - top man

If you want to ‘be like Spike’ you can buy the print here

http://www.littlereddots.co.uk/collections/home/products/mookie

A new one from this weekend’s Observer newspaper for a piece on Epigenetics and how things like previous generation’s smoking habits and the post traumatic stress in expectant mothers that had survived 9-11 has an effect on DNA
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A new one from this weekend’s Observer newspaper for a piece on Epigenetics and how things like previous generation’s smoking habits and the post traumatic stress in expectant mothers that had survived 9-11 has an effect on DNA
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A new one from this weekend’s Observer newspaper for a piece on Epigenetics and how things like previous generation’s smoking habits and the post traumatic stress in expectant mothers that had survived 9-11 has an effect on DNA

The Observer - fun one from this weekend’s newspaper on how technology might make testing drugs on animals a thing of the past. 
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The Observer - fun one from this weekend’s newspaper on how technology might make testing drugs on animals a thing of the past. 
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The Observer - fun one from this weekend’s newspaper on how technology might make testing drugs on animals a thing of the past. 

Harvard Business Review - This was a super fun one to work on - anytime I’m able to draw fishing crooks and evil USB sticks I’m a happy man.
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Harvard Business Review - This was a super fun one to work on - anytime I’m able to draw fishing crooks and evil USB sticks I’m a happy man.
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Harvard Business Review - This was a super fun one to work on - anytime I’m able to draw fishing crooks and evil USB sticks I’m a happy man.

Nature Outlook Magazine - cover and feature illos for the latest issue of Nature magazine’s Outlook supplement. The overarching topic was the methods and methodologies governments use for assessing science organisations
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Nature Outlook Magazine - cover and feature illos for the latest issue of Nature magazine’s Outlook supplement. The overarching topic was the methods and methodologies governments use for assessing science organisations
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Nature Outlook Magazine - cover and feature illos for the latest issue of Nature magazine’s Outlook supplement. The overarching topic was the methods and methodologies governments use for assessing science organisations
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Nature Outlook Magazine - cover and feature illos for the latest issue of Nature magazine’s Outlook supplement. The overarching topic was the methods and methodologies governments use for assessing science organisations

The Observer - new one from this Sunday’s Observer for a piece on the tricks that restaurants play to make you spend more money. Apparently if waiters wear red, touch you on the shoulder and put a smiley face on your bill, you are likely to tip more. Sneaky.
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The Observer - new one from this Sunday’s Observer for a piece on the tricks that restaurants play to make you spend more money. Apparently if waiters wear red, touch you on the shoulder and put a smiley face on your bill, you are likely to tip more. Sneaky.
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The Observer - new one from this Sunday’s Observer for a piece on the tricks that restaurants play to make you spend more money. Apparently if waiters wear red, touch you on the shoulder and put a smiley face on your bill, you are likely to tip more. Sneaky.