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▪︎ High quality A2 or A3 archival Giclée print
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Jack Oliver Coles


I'm a freelance illustrator based in Newport, Wales. I work exclusively with coloured pencils and can generally be found either drawing portraits or groups of people side eyeing each other. I graduated from Cardiff Metropolitan University in 2016 and have been working to build up my portfolio and online presence ever since.


Tell us a fun fact about you Before my illustration degree I unsuccessfully started two previous degrees.

How did you get into illustration? Like nearly every creative person I've always drawn but I didn't know what illustration was until I heard another student talking about it on my foundation course and even then I didn't really understand what it actually was. After starting and dropping out of both a Computer Games Design and an Animation degree I finally looked into illustration and something just clicked.

Who or what inspires you the most? Artist wise my favourites are Paul Gaugin, Vladimir Tretchikoff and David Hockney but most of my inspiration comes from people that I see on and offline. Sometimes I'll just see an outfit or someone with so much charisma and feel like I just have to draw something.


What does a typical day look like for you? A typical day is me sitting around the house trying to compose professional sounding emails, furiously colouring in, worrying about deadlines, and sketching ideas for exciting personal projects that won't ever get resolved.

What do you do when you have a creative block? I find getting someone to tell you to draw something always helps to get over blocks. I tend to ask a friend or Instagram for a prompt and by the time I've finished working on that I've usually worked out whatever issues I had and am good to go with what I need to focus on.

Top three clients you've worked with? I haven't actually worked with many professional clients so I can only give you two! My final university project was an illustrated timeline for the National AIDS Trust and one of my first proper commissions was for the Sad Ghost Club who I had been following for a while.


What tools (digital or not!) do you use to create your work? I use coloured pencils, a light-box to trace my sketches (which really helps when you're avoiding outlines), and then photoshop to tidy up everything and place my illustrations on white backgrounds.

What's your favourite resource for inspiration? Instagram is very good at motivating me. Seeing so many people creating amazing work makes you realise that if you want to be successful you have to keep making work too even if you don't think its as good as what you're seeing.

Do you have any tips for artists thinking of doing freelance? I think organisation is the biggest thing you need if you want to be successful as a freelancer because its your job to keep on top of everything. That means promoting yourself, contacting clients, keeping track of your finances, and making sure you still have the time to make great work.

What would your dream project be? My projects are usually very quick and require one final piece so I'd love to be given an opportunity to create something more expansive. I don't really know what form that would take but it'd be nice to be given that space to change things up a bit.

How can fans keep up-to-date with your work? Instagram




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