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Craig McIntosh

illustration of Ever since finding my granddad's open bladed razor and hearing stories about the Glasgow gangs that welded them i've been fascinated by these incredibly elegant objects.
illustration of A fascinating object. I love imagery and objects from the Middle-East and this coffee grinder was just screaming out to be drawn.
illustration of Sailer illustration with Maori tattooing, pen and ink quick illustration, he looks like a really mean bastard, think I've been reading to much Moby Dick and Napoleonic navel escapades.
illustration of Ink on Paper
illustration of Illustration based on the catch of local fishermen in Aberdeenshire. I used a few of these drawings as the basis for Screenprints.
illustration of Illustration after reading many a classical historian’s text I can’t help but see them as baldy old men with big beards even though the romans would never have considered the hipster look………… well maybe after Hadrian.
illustration of Horses have always fascinated me. This series of drawings uses pattern and line work from Arabian and Celtic tack, saddles and other metal work within the drawings. Ink on Paper
illustration of Mountain Islands: ‘Stories of a glacial nature’
Self publication Digital illustration
illustration of La Fée Verte - Graphic Novel
A sculptural lamp and a graphic novel – An ancient myth told by the fireside. La Fée Verte is a collaboration between illustrator Craig McIntosh and product designer David Ross. The creation for Analogue Social’s AS01 exhibition was the result of bringing together separate experiments in casting plaster and screen printing.
illustration of T-shirt design and Album cover for the Glasgow band ‘The Mighty Sparrahawk’ and their titled track ‘Silence you tarnished trumpet’

Profile

Craig McIntosh is a Glasgow based contemporary Illustrator and Graphic Designer. McIntosh rose through the ranks of Glasgow’s College of Building and Printing and then onto Art School at Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee graduating with a BA (Hons) in Illustration and Printmaking, 2009. Subsequently, he was awarded an Artist in Residence at the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut, USA spending three months out in the woods distilling his style and experimenting with different mediums. His artwork is predominantly a mixture of drawings and screen printing and he has exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute, The New Temple, Leeds and Summerset House, London. The National Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy.

Style/Techniques

Design, Digital, Fine Art, Graphic, Impressionistic, Line, Line with Color, Mixed Media, Pen & Ink, Stylized, Texture, Decorative, Silk Prints

Subject/Specialties

Adventure, Animals, Book Covers, Character Development, Comic Book, Editorial, Education, Food, Historical, Landscape, Music, Nature, People, Portrait, Posters, Product, Technology, Travel, Wildlife, Food/Beverage, Lifestyle, Vintage / Retro