Award winning illustrator and printmaker Graham Carter has worked at the forefront of his industry for 15 years. To date his CV lists a string of successful campaigns with Aviva, Bupa, Orange, Waterstones, Dirty Bird Records, Visa, Monster.co.uk, and editorial illustrations for The New Scientist, The Guardian and The Sunday Telegraph amongst others. Recently his imagery has become firmly associated with the popular ‘Burning the Clocks’ festival in Brighton. Over the last 8 years Graham has evolved his illustration style using printmaking and is now producing stunning silkscreen & Giclée print editions, creating striking landscapes with a sensibility of colour, strong narrative and charming characters. He has fast become one of the UK’s most prolific and collectable printmakers, and his ever-expanding collection of prints can be found exhibited in galleries worldwide. Graham’s work is evolving all the time and his latest 3-Dimensional wooden sculptures bring an even greater depth and uniqueness to his portfolio. Graham is based on the South East Coast of England where he lives with his wife Alice and son Noah. In 2006 Graham founded his printing workshop in Hove ‘Boxbird Studio’, and from here he produces all his prints, sculptures and paintings.
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