Illustrator/Concept Artist. Born in the East end of London. Now living and working on the South Coast of England with his gorgeous wife Becky and crazy cat Haku. Stephen has been working in the entertainment industry for a number years. Also a proud member of the Poster Posse, a diverse collective of global artists who work with pop culture themes to create unique, collectible art. Wakes up every day, feeling lucky to be able to earn a living doing what he loves the most!
Doaly is a UK based graphic designer / digital Illustrator with a passion for storytelling. His work is characterized by the very subject matter he is dealing with and creating a sympathetic aesthetic treatment to capture the essence of the piece.
Jérémy Pailler is an illustrator, animator and Fine Art PhD. He works on animated short films, picture books, movie posters and more, delivering atmospheric images with his ink on paper. Jérémy has shown his work in galleries and film festivals around the world and took part in artist residencies in Iceland and Thailand.
Andrew Swainson is a graphic designer from the UK who has spent his professional life working in the music industry working with some of the world’s leading major and independent record labels. The past few years has seen him branch out into illustration, specifically in the genre of alternative film posters. His involvement with Poster Posse has seen his work used by a wide variety of film studios and other clients.
Based in beautiful Carmarthenshire, South Wales, Richard has worked as a graphic designer and illustrator for almost fifteen years. Inspired by the movie poster and commercial art of his youth, Richard’s work is predominantly used in the entertainment and publishing industries. Over the last few years Richard has gradually built up an impressive client base and his commercial work has also led him to exhibit in various galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Marseille, Vienna and Zurich, as well as published, in various design and pop culture publications throughout the world.
17th & Oak mixes his unique illustration style with a background in Graphic Design and steady diet of pop culture that reflects his passion for movies, comics, music and typography. He always strives for the WOW factor with each piece of artwork by using strong composition and detail that will make you look twice. His work is rooted in capturing a moment in time and telling a story with dramatic effect.
After university and working as a graphic designer for different agencies and companies in Germany, I got into the alternative poster scene back in 2014. I’m a hybrid really, interested in both pure graphic design and illustration, but pretty much all my work is more on the minimalistic side. It’s all about the core of the story for me. I‘m trying to capture that with a concept, a texture or just a vibe. That process, the translation of an emotion into one single image, that‘s what‘s interesting to me as an artist.
Today, I’m a fulltime freelancer and my primary focus lies on the creation of official key art on an international level, from short films to indie and studio productions.
I’ve been drawing for as long as I can remember, and illustrating professionally since 2004. My distinctive painterly illustrations have been featured in books, magazines, comics and exhibitions worldwide, and also on television. Over the years I’ve worked for a wide range of clients and I’ve contributed to more than forty pop culture group exhibitions in the UK and US over the last five years.