Illustration

Hand Drawn & Vector Illustrations with a Human Touch

Brand Identity

Style: Digital, Hand Drawn

Client: Black Swan Data

A selection of my signature hand drawn illustrations that visualise contemporary ideas in a whimsical low-tech way. These illustrations can be licensed, use the button below to view my stock library.

Brand Mascots

Style: Digital, Hand Drawn

Client: Nerdle

Nerdle, the wildly popular maths version of Wordle, asked for a mascot styled on the Nerdle logo. The solution, an ingenious illustrated robot toolkit that allows the client to create 1000s of different Robot configurations.

Products & Services

Style: Digital, Hand Drawn

Client: FrontRow

A leading US based school technology company looking to showcase their products in a more playful and human way. My signature low-tech hand drawn illustrations were the perfect solution.

Whiteboard Animation

Style: Digital, Hand Drawn

Client: Azarc

Azarc's technology makes global supply chain management easier. Illustrations were commissioned for use in a whiteboard animation whick played a key role at their global product launch. To see the final animation use the button below.

Proposals & Presentations

Style: Digital, Hand Drawn

Client: Perceev

Perceev, an endurance sports start-up, were seeking investment and commissioned illustrations for use in their and investor proposal. Click below to see the animated version.

Infographics

Style: Digital, Vector

Clients: Nissan, Gate Group

The first infographic was created for a Nissan UK launch event via the brilliant The Why Agency. To see the animated version of this infographic, use the button below.

Product Demonstrations

Style: Digital, Vector, Animated

Client: Black Swan Data

Hand drawn illustrations are not right for every project, sometimes slick vector illustrations created using Adobe Illustrator are required.

Posters

Style: Digital, Vector

Client: Black Swan Data

Summer office party posters inspired by the iconic Woodstock and Isle of White festival posters.

Licensing Illustrations

When you pay for (commission) illustration, you buy a licence and not the work itself. It means you pay for what you need without buying it outright, this is called the licensing model. To discuss a commission, use the chat feature to get in touch.

Below: Illustration from Mega-Maze Adventure! book

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