Rob Flowers

Rob Flowers is an illustrator with a distinctively bold style defined by crayon-bright palettes, playful forms and eccentric characters. Stationed in his "Flowers Towers" studio, Rob is a keen collector of kitsch ephemera and historical miscellany, counting 80s gross-out toys, 70s cartoons and early McDonald's advertising memorabilia amongst his treasury.

With a leaning towards the humorously grotesque, his work draws on his fondness for mythology, combining whimsical imagery with symbolism and folkloric elements.

Clients: The British Museum / House of Holland / Terry de Havilland / Anorak Magazine / The Museum of Witchcraft & Magic / BBC Radio One / Nike / Children in Need / Creative Circle / DC Shoes / Action Aid / ESPN / Google / Kraft / The Museum of Childhood / Creative Review / MTV / ASOS / Print Club

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