Illustration: We catch up with killer illustrator Edward Tuckwell to peruse his new portfolio
- James Cartwright
- 17 March 2014
I was under the impression that we’d last featured Edward Tuckwell’s portfolio a few months back, but it turns out it’s been a year and half since we last checked in with the former Falmouth illustrator. Time flies eh? Even though the months have flown by, Ed’s work has remained fantastically consistent; still maintaining those film noir sensibilities and a crisp, angular approach to image-making. What has changed however is Ed’s embracing of colour (he used to be so monochrome) and the expanding of his visual language into something that feels more malleable; clients could definitely hire this guy and be confident that his work would feel tailored to them. And they already have, with commissions in the bag for the likes of Wired, The Church of London and Short List. Nice work!
About the Author
James started out as an intern in 2011 and came back in summer of 2012 to work online and latterly as Print Editor, before leaving in May 2015.