George Lee

George Lee

Designer, Art Director & IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
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George Lee

George Lee

Designer, Art Director & IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Collaging design & illustration in North London. He/him � I also make prints and original artwork, as well as write about art & design. If you’re interested in about what I do and want to collaborate, please send an email to
  • Pride Heart 2019
    Pride Heart 2019Illustration commission for Brighton Dome Pride Open Day. I used a heart to incorporate flag designs from different groups within the LGBTQ+ community, communicating a message of love.
  • Kings Cross Pond
    Kings Cross PondKing’s cross pond was a public space project developed on a site north of the railway station. It was set open to the public. Illustrations reflect the written content and communicate how as an experiential design, the pond can be beneficial to people’s well-being, escaping from problems in everyday life.
    PARADISE GARAGEParadise Garage is a Queer Fashion collection by Biria Carr, designed for young gay men to express their sexual desire and identity authentically. Named after the historic nightclub, Paradise Garage, in New York City (1977–87). It focused on music and dancing, rather than verbal communication. Being a very sensual experience, like Fashion, clothing played a big role in expressing a gay man’s sexuality. Different garments are worn to signify sexual preference and spark conversation. This collec
  • Make Character
    Make Character
  • Brighton Festival 2018
    Brighton Festival 2018Brighton Festival is an annual celebration of the arts across Brighton & Hove. I was lucky enough to support their lead designer and marketing team throughout the campaign and festival. Every year a Guest Director is appointed to help programme the festival. This years’ Guest Director was artist David Shrigley, best known for his satirical work on daily life. Brighton Festival’s brand guidelines were re-created David Shrigley style, as part of the festivals’ campaign. Using these guidelines,
  • Build Brighton Dome
    Build Brighton DomeBuild Brighton Dome is a fund-raising campaign, to restore and maintain the Brighton Dome Concert Hall and Venue, run by non-profit Arts organisation, Brighton Dome and Brighton Festival. Using elements from the campaign’s visual identity, I created a campaign video and other animations to help support and promote the Build Brighton Dome campaign. Music: Another Man, by Bobbie Johnson: Content credits: Photos/videos of Miss Represented: Lauren Joy Kennett Festival v
Projects credited in
  • Global Artists 'Design The Future'
    Global Artists 'Design The Future'Our team have brought together a myriad of different artists and designers from across the globe to ‘design the future’, speculate what it will be like in 100 years, aiming to inspire designers everywhere to be part of it. From Nigeria to Singapore, Netherlands to China, India to Australia creatives from over 13 countries, spanning across 6 continents imagined the future where animals and plants have the ability to translate their feelings to a human, you can hug your Siri, cars can fly through
Work history
    Future London Academy logo
    Future London Academy logo
    DesignerFuture London Academy
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Graphic DesignerCatfish Creative
     - Sydney, AustraliaFreelance
    I supported the creative director to create visual identity concepts using Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Indesign).
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  • Illustration
  • Adobe Indesign/illustrator/photoshop
  • Adobe After Effects
  • Social Campaigns
  • Printmaking
  • Editorial Design
  • Print Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Layout Design
  • Branding
    Falmouth University logo
    Falmouth University logo
    BA (Hons) Graphic DesignFalmouth University
    Falmouth, United Kingdom
    Semester AbroadHochschule Augsburg
     - Augsburg, Germany