Born in Scotland in1975 Carol Del Angel has been working as a freelance illustrator since 2004 and lives near London. Carol uses a healthy mix of both traditional and digital mark making techniques but her work is predominantly digital. Eclectic but well considered, her work is built on an interest in nature, typography, fashion, architecture, and pattern.
Through her work Carol has been lucky enough to work within a range of media including editorials, advertising, book covers, animation and packaging. Carol has also had the opportunity to work with some lovely creative people who continue to inspire her.
Honda, Blackberry Storm, Direct Line, Barclays, Merck, DK Lowe, Hodder Headline, MacMillan Childrens’ Books, Hackney Empire, Marie Claire Magazine, Juice Pharma, EMI, Random House, Little Brown and Co, Aegis, EMI Music, Leo Burnett, Mens Health Magazine, Union Square Music, Time Out Magazine, Sunday Times Style Magazine, Morrisons, T3, Cosmo Girl, Lexus Magazine, Daily Telegraph, Billboard Magazine, Sunday Times Style and New Scientist.
Carol has exhibited at Expopublicidad in Mexico and was included in the Vox Pop exhibition at the Coningsby Gallery in London.
Her work has been featured in the following books: Digital Fashion and Native Weapon vol.1.
The Blackberry Storm packaging she illustrated received a a gold RACie advertising award.
Laqa and Co. packaging designs nominated for a D&AD award 2012