Creative Mapping interviewed me about my work and inspirations.
Here’s how they introduced me…
“Illustration is an ancient art form indeed so old it dates back to the cavemen. Ancients of every creed and culture drew and scratched images on walls and skins; both as a means of expression – and a form of communication. Art has continued to have a powerful place in society throughout the ages, and for the same reasons -that man has a need, from some primal place, to create images that reach out to others.
One such man is Oliver Harud, an illustrator and storyboard artist who has worked for many of London’s top agencies and creative teams. He’s worked for The Guardian, gaming giant Sony, a children’s graphic novel – and if he weren’t busy enough, can also boast successful solo exhibitions…”