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How to throw a party

‘How to throw a party’ – An introductory guide to basic project planning: Example of illustrations and infographics created for a simple guide about project planning and evaluation; aimed at small charities and community organisations with little experience in project planning. Commissioned by JB Eventus consultancy. The client chose 'throwing a party' as a theme for the guide – hence the gingerbread men and women...

© Garry Robson

How to throw a party

‘How to throw a party’ – An introductory guide to basic project planning: Example of illustrations and infographics created for a simple guide about project planning and evaluation; aimed at small charities and community organisations with little experience in project planning. Commissioned by JB Eventus consultancy. The client chose 'throwing a party' as a theme for the guide – hence the gingerbread men and women...

© Garry Robson

Pixel Love cards: Birthday Princess

From a range of greeting cards created for the Pixel Love Art brand, inspired by the golden age of video gaming. By that I mean early video console games like those made for the Atari as well as 1980s home computer games. Each card is either designed to look like it could be a real game in progress or as a game character. This one is called 'Birthday Princess and the Castle of Doom'.

© Garry Robson

Pixel Love cards: Birthday Boy's big night out

From a range of greeting cards created for the Pixel Love Art brand, inspired by the golden age of video gaming. By that I mean early video console games like those made for the Atari as well as 1980s home computer games. Each card is either designed to look like it could be a real game in progress or as a game character.

© Garry Robson

Pixel Love cards: Get well soon

From a range of greeting cards created for the Pixel Love Art brand, inspired by the golden age of video gaming. By that I mean early video console games like those made for the Atari as well as 1980s home computer games. Each card is either designed to look like it could be a real game in progress or as a game character.

© Garry Robson

Introducing the Jump Start Team

From a range of illustrations and character designs created to support the work of a community organisation that works with young creative people. These were used for printed materials and online social media activities.

© Garry Robson

Mystical creative being

From a series of illustrations and character designs created as trading cards to support the work of a community organisation that works with young creative people. These were used for social media and other online activities.

© Garry Robson

Our aim: working together

From a range of illustrations and character designs created to support the work of a community organisation that works with young creative people. These were used for printed materials and online social media activities.

© Garry Robson

Key targets for peace

From a series of infographics for an UK international charity called Saferworld that supports programmes in communities affected by armed conflict. The infographics were produced for a printed and online media.

© Garry Robson

ROAR! Empowerment through communication

Logo designs for a community organisation that works with young creative people to assist them with access to educational and employment opportunities.

© Garry Robson

Garry Robson

Biography

I create fun vibrant illustrations for print and online media with a focus on character design and quirky humour. I use a range of hand-made techniques including line art and printmaking, combined with digital processes to make illustrations that are rich in texture and colour. All my final artwork is in vector format and designed to be easily adapted for layout with print and digital platforms. I studied formally in illustration but in addition I have also trained and worked as a fine artist and graphic designer. My clients include book publishers, greeting card publishers, charities and not-for-profit organisations, businesses, governmental authorities and the music industry.

Style/Techniques

Cartoon, Design, Digital, Figurative, Graphic, Lettering, Logo Design, Mixed Media, Stylized, Type Design

Subject/Specialties

Humor, Adventure, Animals, Annual Report, Character Development, Children, Editorial, Education, Fantasy, Food, Greeting Cards, Health, Information Graphics, Leisure, Medical, Music, Political, Sci-Fi, Toys & Games, Travel, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro, Feminine, Masculine, Youth, Ethnic, Game, Branding