Chances are that if you frequent the design/art blogosphere you have stumbled upon the work of David Bray at one point or another. His work has appeared numerous times on FFFFound and he has worked for some very large clients. He has kept busy exhibiting this year and you can see the fruits of his labor here from his exhibition the Stolenspace gallerey at Let’s Hit the Streets. There is also a more comprehensive listing of the works, with larger images at the actual Stolenspace website. You can also view a little more his his work at Pvuk.
His work focuses primarily on the female form but looks almost as though it was plucked from a Fashion-illustration book. It is the simplicity of his work that I really enjoy. I also love the way he renders the hair of his subjects.
More about Bray:
“david bray. born dartford 1970
freelance illustrator since 1996
clients have included:
harvey nichols, h&m, nokia, pizza express,
charles worthington, carlos mag, elle,
flaunt mag, puma, virgin, sony playstation,
sony records, kickers, sunday times, time out,
body shop, vodafone, bbc television, canon,
bloww, paddle monthly and mtv
exhibits himself in amsterdam frequently.
worked in close collaboration with point blank to
produce identity, dvd packaging and promotional
material for dirty sanchez.
in house illustrator/designer for various production –
the album “the world is gone” released on xl