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Niall Grant is an Illustrator with a hand in fine-drawing and traditional mark-making. He creates emotive scenes of wistful characters and creatures, employing folklore and cryptic symbolism to express ideas of sensitivity, apathy, repressed energy and escape. Niall has worked to create album covers, posters and editorial artwork. Some clients include Sony and Universal Records. Published work has been sold in the Tate Modern bookshop and worldwide. Exhibited Artworks have been shown in London, Berlin and Japan.Locked Pro Plan feature
Spent a short while interning at 3rd Rail Clothing; London-based custom Screen printers. Duties included: • Screen printing onto garments • Coating screens and developing stencils • Cleaning screens • Foiling/vinyl application • Quality-checking garments • Counting garments and preparing for shipping
Norwich-based screen printers. Creating products for Coca Cola, Disney, Tate, John Lewis. Duties include: • Hand-pulled Screen printing • Printing onto large-scale using the Svecia Original. • Printing on multiple types of materials, matching them with the best ink solutions. • Mixing inks using scales to achieve specific Pantone colours. • Coating screens and developing stencils • Cleaning screens • Quality-checking products
BA (hons) Illustration
Chosen contributor for the Secret 7" exhibition. I Produced a vinyl cover to be exhibited and sold at Record Store Day, Shoreditch. My artwork was sold alongside the work of Sir Antony Gormley, Sir Paul Smith, Stanley Donwood, Modern Toss, StormStudios and Karl Pilkington.
T-shirt contest winner, awarded by Mark Panay at Teezilla.