For once we’re not going to talk about the author, but the artist. No matter what people say, James Joyce is a London-based artist and designer. His client list includes Levi’s, Nike, Orange, Guinness, Carhartt, Soho House, GQ France, Wallpaper* and even major EMI Music Publishing. Pretty impressive, huh? Check out why. Between 2006 and 2010 he did 7 exhibitions in diverse international venues. He was also one of the 20 chosen up-and-coming artists for Pick Me Up, the first contemporary graphic art fair in the UK which took place at Somerset House London 23 April – 3 May 2010. The fair brought together the most exciting graphic artists working today, providing opportunities to buy limited edition, affordable graphic art, illustration and design.

Here is a quick pick of James’ works:

Digital culptures

Commission from Creative Review to realise ideas in a three dimensional form in collaboration with The 3D Agency.

Oh Me Oh My

2nd Edition
Silkscreen print
Edition of 25
594mm x 840mm


Giclée print
Edition of 20
840mm x 594mm

Varoom Mag

Cover design for Varoom magazine and featured work in an article exploring the connections between British Illustration, Japan and Consumer products.

Graniph, Kapan

T shirt designs for Japanese clothing label Graniph

Drawings and other objects

A solo exhibition of works held at Kemistry Gallery in Shoreditch, London. 2008

James Joyce

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