Jay Taylor – Design You Trust

Jay Taylor

Ron Jeremy?

Jay Taylor is a full time, freelance illustrator who graduated from university with a BA(hons) degree in illustration in 2005. Since then he has gone on to work for a number of clients internationally in the editorial, advertising, new media and music industries. With social issues playing a big part in his ideals, Jay’s style plays on life’s little imperfections and is a big fan of the “Happy accident”. The majority of Jay’s work is made by hand, with only simple composition and colour changes being altered in the latter stages by computer.

If you want more awesome content, subscribe to 'Oh, Design You Trust,' our brand new Facebook page! Trust me, you won't be disappointed.

More Inspiring Stories

Twitter Billboards Show How We Coped With the Horrors of 2020 by Tweeting About It
Ohio Illustrator Finds Inspiration in the Calming Yet Unsettling Atmosphere of Nighttime Streets
Artist's Series Depicts 'Game Of Thrones' Characters Drawn As Pin-Up
Starblazer: Forgotten Fantasy Fiction In Pictures
Holy Selfie
Guy Re-Draws The Map Of Europe By Imagining What Countries Look Like
Lovecraftian Horror Unleashed In The Murky Depths Of Green Tea
This Artist Captures Her Travels In Beautiful Watercolor Paintings
The Dark, Incredibly F*cked Up Comics Of Joan Cornellà
Hyperrealistic Composites And Surreal Digital Manipulations By Adrian Sommeling
Louis Vuitton Imagined A Series Of Their Muses As Protagonists Of Horror Movies And Sci-Fi Novels
The Creepy Girl From ‘The Grudge’ Has A Hilarious Instagram Account
Honest Puns Inspired By CSS That Web Designers Can Relate To
Humorous Comic Fat Lady Postcards by Donald McGill From the Early 20th Century
You'd Better Buy Her Some Flowers
Thsi Artist Projects A Digital Street Art Safari Across Orlando Architecture
Stoned Mutants in Grotesque and Surreal Paintings by Fabrizio Riccardi
These Imaginative Sci-Fi Worlds Somehow Feel Like Home
Experimental Typography and Graphic Design by Wanwai Shum
Street Messages - A New Book By Nicholas Ganz
"Forgotten Heroes Of The Old Republic": Stunning Post-Apocalyptic Illustrations By Rostislav Zagornov
Kids Will Be Kids! James Nathaniel Likes To Turn People Into Children By Making Their Heads Bigger.
Kid Literature Illustrations I Do About The Inventions That I Saw In The Year 2098
Digital Artist Re-Designs Iconic Posters And Album Covers For Social Distancing