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The Mud Below, by Annie Proulx

Illustration for a short story by the author Annie Proulx about a lonely and troubled rodeo bull rider.

© Pete Reynolds

The Blood Bay, by Annie Proulx

Illustration for a short story by the author Annie Proulx about an ill-tempered horse suspected of eating a cowboy right down to his boot tops.

© Pete Reynolds

The Bunchgrass Edge of the World, by Annie Proulx

Illustration for a short story by the author Annie Proulx about a lonely, desperate girl, trapped on the family ranch, longing for escape and relief from monotony, she strikes up a relationship with an abandoned tractor. How could that lead to an air disaster?

© Pete Reynolds

People in Hell Just Want a drink, by Annie Proulx

Illustration for a short story by the author Annie Proulx about a disfigured car crash victim who resorts to prowling the countryside on his horse, to feed his unfulfilled masculine desires.

© Pete Reynolds

Pair a Spurs, by Annie Proulx

Illustration for a short story by the author Annie Proulx. Life on a ranch can be pretty tough at the best of times, but it doesn't help when a pair of spurs brings bad luck to all who wear them. But is it really the spurs that pass on the misfortune? Or can the blame be put upon a man called Car Scrope and his inappropriate and exaggerated sexual desires?

© Pete Reynolds

A Real Opportunity, San Francisco Shipyard.

Brochure cover illustration for the redevelopment of the San Francisco Shipyard. Describing it is a great opportunity for people to come together and work together. One of 11 illustrations for the project.

© Pete Reynolds

Doubling Up, San Francisco Shipyard.

Brochure illustration for the redevelopment of the San Francisco Shipyard. Describing culture will inform and underpin every part of the development. One of 11 illustrations for the project.

© Pete Reynolds

Think Big Act Small, San Francisco Shipyard.

Brochure illustration for the redevelopment of the San Francisco Shipyard. Describing how the development will, whilst a very very big place, get the small details right. One of 11 illustrations for the project.

© Pete Reynolds

Exciting in Places, San Francisco Shipyard.

Brochure illustration for the redevelopment of the San Francisco Shipyard. Describing how the development offer excitement, but only in parts. One of 11 illustrations for the project.

© Pete Reynolds

A Little Bit of This, San Francisco Shipyard.

Brochure illustration for the redevelopment of the San Francisco Shipyard. Describing how the development will be influenced by the best that San Francisco has to offer. One of 11 illustrations for the project.

© Pete Reynolds

Pete Reynolds

Biography

My commissions have included a 45 metre illustrated hoarding for The Shard, illustrations for the new Battersea Power Station in London, and the redevelopment of the San Francisco Shipyard. I also have extensive experience as a designer working for clients like Siemens, The City of London, and One World Trade Center NYC. Perhaps because of this connection to graphic design I find it easy to work with corporate clients and you can see from my website, I am able to produce a much wider spectrum of work than is on display here. I am a very adaptable illustrator which I have found useful when illustrating for brands. I put a lot of time into personal projects, some of which can be viewed on my website.

Style/Techniques

Conceptual, Digital, Graphic, Stylized, Texture

Subject/Specialties

Animals, Book Covers, Children, Corporate, Editorial, Industrial, Leisure, Nature, People, Posters, Sports, Americana, Lifestyle, Branding