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Tom Guilmard (Futures)

D&AD

Posters about the struggles of being a creative

D&AD

Posters about the struggles of being a creative

CARS

Car Wrap design for Pedalling culture initiative in Milton Keynes

ALTERNATIVE LIVING

Illustration for The Rolling Home based on the housing crisis 

ALTERNATIVE LIVING

Illustration for The Rolling Home based on the housing crisis 

SHOP - Strong Dads

Personal Work

Sad basketball

Personal Work

House full of house plants

Personal Work

Broccoli

Personal Work

ROLLING HOME

Spot illustrations for article on dumpster diving

ROLLING HOME

Spot illustrations for article on dumpster diving

ROLLING HOME

Spot illustrations for article on dumpster diving

RH

Screen Print for Group Show

POSTER

Posters for The District to illustrate the days of the week

PERS

Personal Work

PERS

Personal Work

PERS

Personal Work

PAINT TEST

Personal Work

NEON

Illustration for NEON magazine’s usual facts article

MURAL

Mural for Milton Keynes Fringe Festival

MK - Slug

Illustrations based on life and the lack of culture in Milton Keynes

MK - Nandos

Illustrations based on life and the lack of culture in Milton Keynes

MK - Close

Illustrations based on life and the lack of culture in Milton Keynes

MK - Boring

Illustrations based on life and the lack of culture in Milton Keynes

MK - Bare Culture

Illustrations based on life and the lack of culture in Milton Keynes

MK - B&Q

Illustrations based on life and the lack of culture in Milton Keynes

LFRG

Large scale flag design for London Fields Roof Gardens

Intro- Tennis

Illustrations for risogprah show

Intro- Ball Boy

Illustrations for risogprah show

D&AD

Posters about the struggles of being a creative

Artist biography

Since graduating from Camberwell College of arts Tom has worked for various design studios and has worked with various companies and publications such as PULL&BEAR, The Rolling Home and NEON magazine.

His work has been awarded a D&AD pencil and has been featured on the likes of It's Nice That, Booooooom and other sites. Toms work aims to communicate ideas with simplicity as the driving aesthetic. He enjoys finding humour in situations and likes to show this in his work.  

Tom is part of Futures. Here at Jelly London, we’ve always had a passion for nurturing the new – enjoying our involvement with organisations such as D&AD, YCC and various Universities, we recognise that this year’s graduates are the next generation of creative industry movers and shakers.

‘Futures’ seeks to find the best fresh talent coming onto the scene and develop their skills and portfolios for a step up into the illustration business. Hand in hand with our expert Project Management and Agent experience, Futures offers up a route for nurturing exciting new talent with the reassurance of management by one of London's top creative production agencies.