Oscar Bolton Green’s recent illustrations are further proof of his ability to visualise complex, and occasionally dry subjects in a way that is entertaining, compelling and clear. His drawings, reminiscent of those produced by Seymour Chwast and Milton Glaser’s Push Pin Studios, have an edge of contemporary concepts and processes. Working with Bloomberg Businessweek, Oscar gets to illustrate new ideas, phenomenons and innovations every day. “I really enjoy it, I’m open to new things and that’s what keeps me going”, he says.
We’ve featured Oscar’s work many times before, in the form of Printed Pages and T-shirt commissions, as well as his aforementioned work at Bloomberg and his personal still life drawings.
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