Jamie Cullen’s got it alright: he lives by the seaside in Brighton, creating his bold,
intricate drawings from the very town in which he studied. Jamie’s illustrations are
energetic bursts of shapes, colours and characters layered up to create seemingly 3D
imagery with a pop. What’s great about Jamie’s work is that the intricacy allows you to
find hidden elements you had missed before every single time you go back to an image.
His style lends itself greatly to record sleeves and music promotion, leasing him to
work with artists and festivals on their identities and to create intricate,
shelf-worthy magazine covers for those who are looking for some visual energy injected
into their brand. With this in mind, Jamie is no one-trick pony: his style has also been
adapted into temporary tattoos, serene editorial illustrations and advertising campaigns
for global brands. If you’re looking for clean, crips symmetry with a lot of
personality, Jamie Cullen’s your go-to guy.