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UK Esquire magazine and international publications including Wired, The New York Times, Le Monde, Colours and Form. Selfridges, Arnolfini Gallery, Stella McCartney and Werkplaats Typografie.
Ideas are the heart and soul of James Graham's illustration work. The clarity and wit of his approach to visuals makes ideas accessible and appealing, whether he is illustrating complex concepts or simple messages. His style is one of highly refined images invested with warmth and humor, embodying the ethos of clear, concise communication with a human touch.
Jame's background is in illustration. He studied at UWE Bristol, and has a Masters in Communication Art and Design from the Royal College of Art, London. His early work with screen-printing led to his graphic style developed out of experiments using the limitations of that medium - hence he uses restricted color palettes and forms to communicate with clarity and playfulness.
James has worked across the fields of publishing, art, retail, fashion, design, architecture and advertising. he has strong links with the design world, often collaborating with graphic designers.
As well as illustrations for the print media, James makes animations, translating his skill for visualizing ideas to the screen. Recent moving images commissions include a promotional film for UK design agency NB:Studio and an animation for Wired magazine's iPad edition.
He has exhibited at House of Propellers Gallery in London and at renowned annual graphic art event Pick Me Up at Somerset house in London.
James lives and works both in London and New York City.