Developing themes and imagery that celebrate the everyday, James Joyce works in a range
of media creating paintings, screenprinted editions and drawings. As a result of his
exploration of imagery, typographic forms and applied graphics, Joyce has garnered a
following around the world and has been featured in numerous books, magazines and awards
annuals. His bold and witty approach to image making regularly attracts commissions from
a wide range of global clients including Apple, Nike, Jil Sander, The Guardian, The New
York Times and Wallpaper* and he is often invited to collaborate with brands to create
bespoke and exclusive signature products. James exhibited a video installation piece at
Banksy’s art show ‘Dismaland’ alongside a number of other international artists
including Damien Hirst and Jenny Holzer. His work has been exhibited in various shows
internationally, and his paintings are held in a number of private collections. Born in
Wolverhampton, England, Joyce studied at Walsall College of Art and Kingston University.
He now lives and works in London.