An award winning illustrator and print maker, Graham Carter is one of the most exciting talents in the UK today and he has worked at the forefront of the industry for the last 16 years. Graham's client list is extensive and he has enjoyed successful campaigns with Aviva, Bupa, Orange, Waterstones, Visa and Monster.co.uk. His illustrations can also be spotted in a wide variety of editorial publications such as The New Scientist, The Guardian and The Sunday Times.
His illustration style has evolved over the last 8 years, using printmaking to produce stunning silkscreen and giclee print editions that are exhibited in galleries all over the world.
He sometimes starts the process with a simple sketch and scans it in and the work flows from there, however, mostly he starts with a finished screen print in mind, but as the artists himself says; "it’s nearly impossible to plan everything. There are always surprises or obstacles!"
Carter often takes inspiration from simply walking through town or by the sea in his Sussex hometown of Seaford…clearly fresh air suits him to get those creative juices flowing - and he admits to often finding exciting compositions, colours or narratives in the mundanities of everyday life.
Well however you're finding your inspiration Graham...we're loving your work!
GET PERSONAL WITH THE ALPHABET SERIES
These cute and quirky prints are bursting with personality and Carter has created unique characters for each animal. What’s more, he has kindly offered to add a name or word of your choice, at no extra cost.
To order a personalised version of one of the prints, simply purchase your chosen letter, then email email@example.com to confirm your chosen name / word (referencing your order number in your email).
Please Note – the image and colour will remain the same, only the text will be unique to you
CURATORS PICK....King O’ The Highlands
A gorgeous Silkscreen finished with Varnish and Enamel detail and from a Limited Edition of 50 - just £250
This piece encompasses the beautiful creature the ‘Stag’ but in giving it Carter's unique style and twist making for a truly eye-catching piece of art. This print is signed and numbered by the artist.