TIM HOLLOWAYFreelance Design and Art Direction.
To contact me, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
I create luxury fashion identities, curate exhibitions, stage large scale installations and projections, and dabble in critical design theory. I studied BA Graphic Design at Central Saint Martins, graduating in 2012 with First Class Honours.
I have worked with:
Annoushka Fine Jewellery,
Anti Design Festival,
Harper Collins Publishing,
Laurence King Publishing,
O: by The Observer,
Neville Brody @ Reseach Studios,
and many others.
- A selection of my best projects posted on this blog:
Alexander McQueen Tree Print
Crystal Tree at Christies Auction House
Anti Design Festival
Silent Poster Sale
Tank Magazine Illustrations
Alexander McQueen Poppies Print
Physicality of Light
Fried Egg for Breakfast
Tag Archives: Illustration
Once again I have been freelancing at Tank, helping to design the latest issue. The cover was shot by one of my favourite photographers, Viktor Vaulthier. Some of the layouts I designed. This one is for a feature on The … Continue reading
My illustration featuring on the front of Tank Magazines homepage. Click the image to view the article.
We consider things ‘set in stone’ to be absolute truth, an unquestionable statement. Hand drawn with pencil and ink, this image shows an engraved spelling mistake on the side of St. Brides Church just off of London’s Fleet Street. Where … Continue reading
Drawing inspired by a photograph by Sølve Sundsbrø.
The Spring 2011 issue of Tank Magazine, to which I contributed a number of illustrations: 2 Double page spreads (opening and closing spreads), 1 single page spread, and one small illustration. You can read the accompanying article, written by Peter … Continue reading
Synaesthesia: an overlapping of senses. Based on the concept of synaesthesia, this piece reacts to both sound and movement, representing them as colour and shape respectively—this means the colour created in these images is a result of the music being … Continue reading
Looking forward to seeing Gilbert & Georgeat the White Cube.
Illustration inspired by a visit to the Damien Hirst shows at the White Cube last year, and a recent shoot in Dazed & Confused magazine by Photographer Damien Blottiere and Dazed’s Robbie Spencer.