Paul Thurlby

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Juxtapoz Magazine - Paul Thurlby's Retro Illustrations

Juxtapoz Magazine - Paul Thurlby's Retro Illustrations

Originally from Nottingham, now based in London, Paul Thurlby is a full-time illustrator who draws inspiration from mid-century design and illustratio...

Paul Thurlby's London postcards from Lagom Design

Paul Thurlby's London postcards from Lagom Design - Retro to Go

Remember Paul Thurlby's fun L is for London book? Well, a selection of the wonderful retro-style illustrations from that book are now available

Rob Bailey — Outline Artists

Hailing from Manchester, Rob Bailey's distinctive imagery is created not by line work but by combining shapes and colours. Always beautifully observed yet heavily stylised, his work is sometimes bold and reductive but when necessary is more complex and detailed. Rob is fascinated with different outcomes for his illustration and, through his personal work, regularly looks to explore different printmaking techniques, animation and even sculptural projects. Rob's work has recently been…

JFK Airport - Paul Thurlby

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Paul Thurlby

Paul Thurlby

playing with numbers / from london-based designer and illustrator paul thurlby

PLAYING WITH NUMBERS — the boss aesthetic

now, this is an exercise in playing with numbers i can get behind. check out the full series, from london-based designer and illustrator paul thurlby, here .

Paul Thurlby - Handsome Frank Illustration Agency

Paul Thurlby — Handsome Frank Illustration Agency

Hailing from Nottingham, Paul Thurlby is an illustrator who made a name for himself back in 2011 when his children’s book Alphabet took the world by storm.

Hailing from Nottingham, Paul Thurlby is an illustrator who made a name for himself back in 2011 when his chilren’s book Alphabet took the world by storm.

Paul Thurlby — Handsome Frank Illustration Agency

Hailing from Nottingham, Paul Thurlby is an illustrator who made a name for himself back in 2011 when his children’s book Alphabet took the world by storm.