has been at the forefront of illustration since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 1996. She has worked successfully in publishing, editorial and design. Michelle’s work includes mark making, collage and photography combined with digital processes. She works with found and created elements, figurative, abstract and typographic.
lives and works in the town by the sea which goes by the name of Brighton and graduated from the University of Brighton with a BA (Hons) in Illustration. For a while he enjoyed working predominantly with pen on paper creating insanely detailed drawings. Gradually Scott I has developed a mutli-coloured, mixed media approach giving my portfolio a wider range in style with psychedelic connotations.
illustrative style is an amplification of the continuing idea’s and drawings transcribed in his sketchbooks from the most immediate responses dictated by my waking mind. A love of narrative and associated characters has driven the content of most of my work as have strong lines and bright colours.
is an Illustrator and zine maker working in London. With a heavy emphasis on the hand-rendered, he tries to harness the spontaneity and playfulness that initial responses and observations lead to.
is an artist and illustrator living and working in Bristol, UK. His style has been referred to as ‘naive’ by some, and ‘like a child who has discovered their first crayon and is happily scribbling on the kitchen wall prior to eating said crayon’ by others. Simons work starts as a doodle on a scrap of paper, which can play havoc with the household utility bills. He find most of his characters and subjects in that first doodle. Simon is a a member of the Inky Goodness collective, and Polite Graffito.
Andy Smith studied illustration at the Royal College of Art, London. His work combines illustration and typography to create images that have humour, energy and optimism and all are executed with a hand made, hand printed, tactile feel. Quirky characters find themselves in absurd situations, often with a large piece of lettering nearby.
is a Printmaker and illustrator currently living in Bristol and have just graduated from UWE with a BA (hons) in Illustration. She likes to make patterns and create screen prints mainly using the theme of nature. In my spare time I enjoy cooking, running and drinking copious amounts of coffee.
Over the last few years James Reekie has been working extensively in the commercial illustration market, in the UK and the US, producing images for publications such as Wired, FHM and BBC Focus. With his clear black lines and evocative colours James wears his comic book and mid century life style illustration influences heavily on his carefully pressed sleeves.
is an Illustrator and Designer happily living in London with his glasses, face and two eyes. He is a practicing beard wielder and enjoys Local Team play Sports. His hobbies include writing about himself in the third person and watching you sleep. Broadly the limits to his artistic output are defined in these areas 1. By the ability to hold an image still enough to record it or remember it clearly 2. By personal technical limitations and the intrinsic limitations of the chosen tools themselves.
graduated from Bristol UWE where she illustrated Sylvia Plath’s “The Bell Jar.” With an interest in the human figure, handwritten fonts and textures she attempts to marry together process and subject matter, placing together juxtaposing imagery to reinstate the characters mental state. Pia works with various different materials, including latex, plaster, Perspex and metals where she manipulates these surfaces; then photographing 3d images, the end result being a 2d photograph weaved together with hand written fonts. Pia had three exhibitions displaying my work, one in Bristol, and two in London, D&AD and “Break a lead” at the Redchurch gallery in Shoreditch.