Nick Moffatt: Classic Beat Generation Collection
Choosing a series of books written by iconic writers from the Beat generation in the 1950s, these book covers were designed to sit together by using an atmospheric colour palette, a dynamic hand drawn font and layering linear figures.
Isabella Bersellini: Illustrations on the study of shamanic trance as a medical resource, for Les Echos Week-end
Technicolour lines on black shapes help capture the effects of psychedelic experiences on the human body. Listening to Frank Zappa and referencing images 1970’s psychedelia influenced these mesmerising images.
Virginie Morgand: Paris Match
With spare hand drawn lines and a limited colour palette, this illustrated cover for a memoir of Parisian expat life evokes the naiveté of vintage French children’s book illustrations.
James Tyrrell : Iconic Australian Roadside Motel
Working from archival photographs, this illustration takes you back in time to the days of mid century architecture and signage. The finished illustration was used in high quality poster prints and postcards.
Evoking the style of vintage Tour de France posters, these posters were designed for 4 different Erocia cycling events in 2021. They are all digitally painted with a strong focus on colour as an emotional trigger.