Puzzle design for Galison
Jarrolds Window Display
All in my Head
Elvis / Bloomberg Businessweek
Galison Puzzle Design
John Hopkins Medical Magazine
Little White Lies Magazine
We are Home
Through the Lens
Riverhead Books Commission, 2012.jpg
Mushroom Head, for Honey Mi Honey
Animal postcards, for Princeton Architectural Press
My Delicious Friends / Elle UK
Woodstock 50 / New York Times Magazine
Vice Magazine 2018
Grass Fed Beef / Wall Street Journal
Marie Claire 2019
Birth of a People
Map for Book
All in my Head II 2014
"Fish Tank" Vinyl
Grasping for a Connection, 2019
Galison Notecards 2018
Private Commision, 2018
Marimo Mag, 2018
Marie Claire, 2019
The Lighthouse, 2014
New York Times Magazine, "Shadow of a fairytale, 2018".jpg
Ben Giles was born in UK in 1992, and currently works as a freelance artist in Norwich. Ben Giles earned a BA in Fine Art at Kingston University. His work is defined by his handmade collages, utilising antique and vintage materials to create often colourful and detailed artworks. The collage often spills into other mediums such as sculpture, paint and illustration.
His work is inspired from many different things such as colour, nature, juxtaposition, children’s encyclopaedias, repetition, metamorphosis. Artistically speaking influences range from Bosch’s complex and surreal character filled landscapes, to the metamorphosing patterns of MC Escher. Artists such as Picasso, Matisse, Rousseau and Miro have defined the balancing of colour and the juggling of shape and composition over the years.
Ben has focused on working with commercial commissions for several years, such as magazine editorials, fashion labels and advertising campaigns. He has also exhibited his work around the world, held creative workshops and partaken in art residencies. His goal is to continue to work with a large variety of clients to explore the further possibilities of his work, while also sharing and exhibiting his creations to as many people as possible.
A wide variety of his clients include, Google, Apple, Hoegaarden, Rubicon, New York Times Magazine, Vice Magazine, Wall Street Journal, GQ, Elle, Stanford Design School, Bloomberg Businessweek, Galison Harpers Magazine and Jarrold’s Spring/Summer window displays.