Neil Stevens is a creative illustrator, image-maker and graphic artist based in United Kingdom. The work he creates include illustration, identity, prints and posters, image-making and design across sectors including music, sport, technology, art, finance, nature and the environment.
Neil’s amazing artworks have gained recognition in publications such as Computer Arts, Digital Artists, The Daily Telegraph, Phaidon and Time Out magazines.
His list of clients include Wired Magazine,The Guardian, The Observer, Hollywood Reporter, Toyota, Skoda, Renault, Howies, Computer Arts Magazine, Majestic Wine, Washington Post, Virgin Media, Cycling Weekly, Red Bull, Yell, Rio Tinto, Banette, PC World, Men’s Health, The Big Issue, When Saturday Comes, Financial Times, University of Bristol, University of Bath, Heavenly, ITV Sport, Bloomsbury, Thames & Hudson, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, ESPN, Macy’s, Transport for London, Audi, Robert Horne and Digital Artists.
We are charmed by his collection and we’re impressed with his work. Neil has lots of amazing creations but we have decided to showcase a set of editorial illustrations for Dialogue Magazine which help illustrates an article on what attributes make global leaders more successful.
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