Graham Carter is one of the most exciting illustrators currently working in the UK, and has worked at the forefront of his industry for the last 16 years. Graham's client list is extensive and he has enjoyed working on a diverse range of projects with Aviva, Bupa, Orange, Waterstones, Visa, Aardman and Monster.co.uk. His illustrations can also be spotted in a wide variety of editorial publications such as The New Scientist, The Guardian and The Sunday Times. He is represented by Arena Illustration.
In recent years he has also worked as a Director with Animation Studio Ticktockrobot developing a variety of personal projects as well as commercial animations for a host of clients.
Not only has Graham moulded himself a successful career in commercial illustration, he has also become one of the UK's most prolific and collectable printmakers, with clients across the world. His ever expanding collection of limited edition Silkscreen & Giclee prints can be found exhibited in galleries worldwide including his own online based gallery, Boxbird.
His unique and visually arresting prints have captured the interest of art buyers and commercial businesses alike, and in 2011 Graham launched a stunning range of products inspired by one of his most successful prints, with American company Blue Q. This beautiful collection of shoulder totes and lanterns is now one of their best selling ranges.
In 2017 Grahams forst childrens book Alphamals was published with Big Picture Press, a stunning illustratrated ABC book which has sold accross the world. His next book, Otto Blotter: Bird Spotter will be released in October 2019, and has already recieved critical acclaim for it's extraordinary illustrations.
Graham currently lives in Seaford with his wife Alice, two sons, and Mr Bojangles the cat. He can often be found printing, sketching and making a mess in his studio at their home.