Artist and illustrator Jasper Goodall has started selling prints via his website and has a deal on the above set. The prints themselves are a little pricey but they are being released in very limited quantities and if you are a devout fan of his work, it might be a rare opportunity to hang some of his unique imagery in your living space or studio.
Illustrator Jasper Goodall sat down for a moment during the Sydney leg of the Semi-Permanent event this year to talk about his work, his inspirations and his experience. He will also be speaking at the Brisbane Semi-Permanent event in early June.
Apparently this news has been circulated pretty far and wide already, so I apologize for missing it but illustrator Jasper Goodall has updated with a new website and just a slight few new pieces of work.
I have written about Jasper Goodall’s exploits before but hot damn do I love his work. I just love it. It makes me happy every time I look through it. It’s just fantastic. Anyway, I thought I would remind you of him. Below you can grab a bit of his biography before perusing his amazing portfolio.
“I was born in 73 in Birmingham, England to two artistic parents who encouraged me from an early age. By the 14 I had decided that a career in art and design was what I wanted. I completed a Foundation year at Bournville college of art in Birmingham and then a BA hons in Illustration at The University of Brighton… I forget when, but I think I graduated early – mid nineties!
Since then I have been working as a freelance Illustrator both in commercial work and editorial, most people seem to have found out about me during my time working with The Face magazine from 2000 onwards (ish)
My commercial output has seen me work with clients such as: Nike, Adidas, Gucci, Coca-cola, BMW, MTV, Warners Music and many more.
Editorially I have worked for such titles as: The Face, Arena, Elle, Big, Eye, Deliciae Vitae, Scene, Dazed and Confused and Icon amongst many others world wide.”