Jimmy Turrell is a graphic artist based in London.
He studied at Central St Martins School of Art. He combines a love of handmade collage, drawing, screenprinting and painting alongside digital techniques. He’s presently very inspired by Fade To Mind Records, DJ Rashad, Erin O’Keefe, early copies of Flipside Magazine and good old London Town.
Universal Music, Nike, Colette, Lexus, Pentagram, Levis, MTV, The New Yorker, Intro, Capitol Records, Conde Nast, The New York Times, Green Peace, Frame Magazine, Kyocera, Tokion, Esquire, Dazed and Confused, The Prodigy/XL Recordings, Channel 4, The Guardian, Spin Magazine, Baycrews, DC Shoes, Swindle Magazine, The Fader, GQ, The Times, Sight & Sound, Little Brown, LA Times, Newsweek, Getty Images, Adidas, Sony Music, Little White Lies, KK Outlet, New York Magazine, Wired, Teenage Cancer Trust, Getty, Glastonbury Festival, The Ride, Vanity Fair, Rome Snowboards, Uniqlo
Profiles or editorial features have showcased Jimmy Turrell in the following magazines and books:
IDN, Creative Review, Grafik, Varoom, Computer Arts, Digital Arts, Design Week, Complex, MID-FI by Emil Kozak, The A-Z of Visual Ideas: How to Solve any Creative Brief, Revisionaries: A Decade of Art in Tokion, Rotovision’s DVD Art Book