Sunday, July 31

I am a Killer

For the last 5 months I've been working on creating graphics for the Netflix series I am a Killer (series 3-4) with GeeFX Studios. Working alongside the directors and producers from Transistor Films to create graphics of documents, images, newspaper clippings and handwritten notes. IAAK series 3 premieres on Netflix end of August in the UK.

Tuesday, June 7

Game Boyz: Welcome to the Effing Zombie Apocalypse

 Four months ago as a joke a started writing a comic (or comix) based on a flash cartoon I made back in 2004. Sixty-nine pages later (I assure you that was an accident) Game Boyz: Welcome to the Effing Zombie Apocalypse is finally here and self published on Amazon and GlobalComix. Along with video-game parodies of Hitman, Doom, Street Fighter and Fortnite the story follows 7 idiot gamers trying to overcome a zombie attack of epic proportions. They do this by going to a comic book convention or comic-con in search of some awesome unguarded "comic loot" and what they find is perhaps the biggest geeky-nerd-nugget a Marvel movie fan could find. Click the link below to grab a copy...

GAME BOYZ: Welcome to the Effing Zombie Apocalypse

Monday, September 13

The Big Breakfast (Channel 4)

Recently I worked on The Big Breakfast (Channel 4) creating graphics and animations. Great to work on this show after 20 years from it being on TV. I grew up watching this show and it was awesome to work on.

Thursday, August 19

New comic: Tweeter and the Monkeyman (Issue 71)

Tweeter and the Monkeyman (Issue 71)

Tweeter and the Monkeyman return in this 30 page comic that will blow your mind!!! The drug fuelled, car chasing, joint smoking, grenade throwing adventure continues with Tweeter and the Monkeyman (Issue 71) on their escape from Lieutenant Burke Souls. Learn more about "Tweet" and "Monks" varied past with flashbacks to reveal what makes these two broken clocks tick! Bad language and violence to follow in this blood splattered comic!

Tweeter and the Monkeyman available now!

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Thursday, July 8

EyeMann Cometh

Our son was born earlier this year during lockdown. There were complications with breathing which meant he had to spend 4 days in the NICU (Neonatal Intensive Care Unit). During this time he was surrounded by wires, tubes and beeping machines. I still remember talking to him over and over telling him to “Fight!” and not to give up. 

Thankfully with the help of the brilliant NHS staff, friends and family we got through it... On leaving the hospital and finally getting him and Mum home I started drawing a series of drawings of very surreal imagery. EyeMann Cometh is the result of those late nights.

Wednesday, April 21

Royal Rebels

People Presents Harry & Meghan: A Royal Rebellion - Animations from GeeFX Studios on Vimeo.

For this two-hour documentary special for People TV and The CW Network examining the events leading up to the Duke and Duchess of Sussex’s announcement to step down from senior royal duties, we worked with a dedicated team of People reporters in New York & LA and were tasked with creating a punk inspired Title sequence and nine colourful and lively comical animations detailing their captivating love story through to their shocking exit from royal life.

Saturday, January 2

BBC Digital: Green Films (Picture Zero)

Recently I created some animations for Picture Zero and BBC Digital. Three documentary films were produced to highlight the importance of reducing waste, looking after our planet and to make recycling better.

Saturday, September 12

Browsing Impala Publishing


My Dad has a wonderful selection of books available on Amazon. I've been helping out with the covers for some of them. Dad has always had an amazing ability to create characters, write and edit stories and also to illustrate most of the books. Check them out!

Thursday, August 6

New comic: Tweeter & the MonkeyMan (Issue 187)

Inspired by The Traveling Wilburys song written by Bob Dylan, behold Tweeter and the MonkeyMan Issue 187 

The year is 1972, two draft-dodgers known as "Tweeter and the Monkeyman" are on the run from the law. Detective Burke (a maniac cop) is in pursuit as the wild car chase comes to a gritty end, in a desert near Mexico. The encounter triggers memories of past events for our doped-up duo. No amount of drugs or alcohol can bury the suffering they've been through... Prepare for blood, violence and bad language!!!

Enjoy the mayhem... hopefully more to come in the fuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuttttuuuuuuuuuuure!

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Monday, May 11


Mortimer a short story comic about a Vampire. During these "strange times" I thought I'd release a short story comic that I've been working on and off for a while. Drawn entirely with Procreate and published using Amazon KDF.

The original design for Mortimer... with more pointy ears and nose!

 Here is a low res pencil rough from the first page...

Friday, February 7

Pretty Decent Cartoon

Pretty Decent Beer Company is a small brewery based in East London. They brew fantastic beers and also have a great relationship with Pump Aid. Money from every pint sold goes directly to help Pump Aid so you can feel "pretty decent" whilst ordering a round of drinks. Pump Aid is a charity that helps provide clean water to places in Africa.
For a long time I'd wanted to draw a cartoon for the brewery but it took a while to think of an idea which would be suitable. James and Sarah who run the brewery obviously didn't want to offend any customers. 
The brewery is super friendly to dogs and one day the idea came of swapping the pet and owner thing around. I sent a proof off to the team and got the approval and now it hangs framed in the brewery.

Monday, October 8

Snack Family (T-Shirt Cartoon)

I've created a 1950's style cartoon for the band Snack Family who are about to start there UK tour including dates in London. Head over to Snack Family merchandise website and grab a t-shirt >>>

Tuesday, September 4

It's ChuckleTime!!!

ChuckleTime Titles from BenJamin Wigmore on Vimeo.
ChuckleTime is a clip show on Channel5 featuring English comedy legends Paul & Barry Chuckle. Various funny clips are mixed in with classic Chuckle Brothers humour. GeeFX Studios Creative Director Graham Clarkin tasked me with making some appropriate wacky titles with a cartoonish/Monty Pyhton feel.

Produced by So Television for Channel 5

Uploaded with kind permission of GeeFX Studios/ SoTV

Addition: I was very sad to hear of the passing of Barry Chuckle on August 5th 2018. The Chuckle Brothers were the first comedy duo I ever saw on TV and they had a great influence on me. They had perfect comedy timing and ChuckleVision was a big favourite of mine when I was younger. I'm thankful that they gave me this brilliant introduction to comedy at such a young age.

Friday, June 22

BBC World Cup Titles 2018

BBC World Cup Title Sequence 2018 UHD from Rob Whitworth on Vimeo.

Very pleased to have worked on the amazing BBC World Cup Titles made by BAFTA winning film maker Rob Whitworth and GeeFX Studios. I looked after the Russian Doll Sequence and the painting in the Saint Basil's Cathedral which required a lot of rotoscoping and photoshop work. The end result is a fantastic eye catching sequence that is very unique.

Monday, April 9

Join the Revolution

Sky One - Revolution - 4K Graphics Package from GeeFX® Studios on Vimeo.

Working closely with Znak & Co we helped develop the show with various concept artwork, and upon commission we created the entire broadcast graphics package, from logo design, t-shirt and banner designs, to on-screen animations, score boards, and a multitude of post graphics. All the graphics we're produced in 4K resolution.

For the last two years GeeFX Studios has been working in development with Znak&Co on a very ambitious television project. Personally this is the longest and most in-depth development of a TV show I have ever been involved in. I ended up doing all kinds of different jobs for production, including costume design, promotional work and website designs.

From initial concept artwork, logo design, titles, on-screen graphics, promo work, costume design and post graphics the show has grown into a mighty 4K monster which reminds me of TV shows like Gladiator and X-Games.

Here are some Concept Design examples:

It takes a huge number of people to produce a show like this. Filmed at Cardington Studios, a massive aircraft hangar, the show's scale is off the charts. Here's a video of presenter Steve-O on set...

Steve-O on the set of Revolution from Znak & Co on Vimeo.

Revolution is on Sky One 6.30 on Sundays.