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Sam Chivers
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advertising colour corporate design editorial publishing subject techniques / style


advertising animation characters charity games movie posters mural posters product type design typography youth


beige black blue green grey orange pink purple red white yellow


annual report business corporate decisions financial


conceptual constructivist customisation escher icons installation kinetic lettering logo packaging pattern repeat symbols


editorial health illustrative journalism lifestyle magazine cover


adult fiction book covers book jackets publishing


City airplanes animals atoms bicycle birds books buildings cars children cityscapes clouds computers crowds dreams energy environment eyes faces family fantasy film fire flags floral food & drink globes halloween hearts horses industrial landscape love machinery maze men mountains music nature neon numbers people places plants political portrait rainbow relationships robots romance science seascape seasonal shopping skies smoke snow space sport summer technology telecommunications transport travel trees water weather women

techniques / style

abstract digital futuristic line printmaking psychedelic sci-fi surreal technical


A veteran of the industry, Sam Chivers is a UK based illustrator who has worked with a variety of international clients including:

New Scientist
YHA England & Wales
Wired Magazine
The Guardian
Atlas Obscura
The Economist
Smithsonian Institute
Penguin Random House
Zurich Insurance Group
Zeit Geld
Washington Post

Over the years he has progressively developed a highly versatile style that fuses a back end of hand drawn elements with 3D generated elements wrapped together in a style that is both warm and engaging.
With an acute sensitivity for colour his work has attracted many clients throughout both editorial and advertising sectors. Proving a safe pair of hands navigating through often complex ideas.

Maintaining a practice of self directed projects away from the pressures of the commercial world has enabled to keep his work fresh and this in turn has also fed back into his commercial practice.
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