Constantly seeking original ideas

And thinking with an Indie approach

Pedro began making portrait cartoons at the age of 9 using his school friends as target subjects and later in high school satirized his teachers on the back of math test papers. His early education was in Art & Design both in Highschool in the 80’s in Portugal and on a foundation course in London in 1996. In 2000 he went onto study Architecture for two years and subsequently worked in Technical Drawing for nine years, of which four was self-employment in London. He completed a Postgraduate Certificate in 2004 at the University of Westminster and in 2021 graduated with a BA (hons) in Popular Music from the Anglia Ruskin University and a Prize for best major project.

His notable events include; achieving 4th. place in the 2007 EUROCLAD drawing competition, being an Illustrator for a young novelist book ‘Zoe Evan’s Possible Worlds’ by Valentine St. Aubyn contributing with over 20 line drawings in 2010.

Pedro's portfolio extends from the 80's to current works (with some periodic gaps), but his latest creations offer an artistic collaboration with his 7 year old daughter on a ten piece collection of original art naif prints. 

Self-published two books;

The 69 Plugs Flying Caravan’(1994) – Fanzine like booklet on the stories of his first band.

 The Songs’ by Jorge Romão, (1994) – A collection of lyrics song booklet with photographs.

Delved into the world of assembly model toys creating a ‘Survival Raft Model Toy’ (2005)

Designing a great deal of artwork for his own album covers and CD sleeves.

And his currently, finishing writing a tribute book to his late mother, entitled 'O Passarinho Frágil’ (2022) – A novel inspired by the early life of a his mother, biopic-romance.

"It is a pleasure to share my art collection with kindred spirits. Hopefully filling them with joy and curiosity for the various realms I explore. As truly and deeply art mostly reflects the best of ourselves in a space for awe and critic." - Pedro C. Goffe