Retro And Futuristic Illustrations By James Gilleard – Design You Trust

Retro And Futuristic Illustrations By James Gilleard

James Gilleard has a style that is at once retro and futuristic, combining a definite sense of nostalgia with a clear, powerful message with a uniquely angular yet organic technique. James’ experience in both the games and production industries serves him well when he produces animation, editorial, advertising and publishing assets for his extensive list of clients.

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