Tag Archive: Hamish Baird

It’s here at last!! After over a year of painting in my spare time, my creative journey with ‘ Kokapelli ‘ is at an end and it’s time to share it with you all. Enjoy!

If you are interested, canvas prints are available from my website at: www.missiongraphics.co.uk

Or, if you would like to read more about the journey, please visit my creative blog at:  http://missiongraphicsblog.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/kokapelli-finished-at-last.html


As part of the build up to Christmas I have spent the last three weeks animating a wee seasonal tribute to The Wurzels – hope you enjoy! – Mish


‘Spirit of the Forest’

(Still in progress)


Can you feel the change?

Here is my latest background design for the ARC2 DVD cover  (they’ll be available to buy at the conference in Bath, on the 19th/20th February, 2011)

Here’s my latest poster design for the Alternative Research Community (ARC). Click here to find out more: http://www.arcconvention.org/ARC3.html

The history of this planet shows that people have been penalized for free thinking. We live in the greatest tyranny this world can hold. A tyranny that reaches far and colonizes space. We are being unaware of it because we’re being fed a story that is only a part of the truth.

A dark shroud has been cast over our consciousness, a darkness so vast that many of us are truly afraid to live. But sometimes the darkest challenges, the most difficult lessons, hold the greatest gems of light. Only in the darkness light can be seen. Like a beautiful star in the night sky.

Please click on the link below to visit the site and to hear Karen Sawyer’s latest interview:


Below is the DVD case design I did for the ARC Convention presentations. These are available from the ARC website and at the venue. They are also available to watch on YouTube.

Several years ago I worked with The Bombay Dub Orchestra to produce a music video for their track called ‘Feel’. They were kind enough to give me full, creative reign and so over the course of two months the animation below was the result.

The video was entirely hand drawn and animated using Macromedia Flash and although this was a lengthy process, its aim of  maintaining  an organic quality was achieved. I hope you enjoy it…