Dan Daren't, Pilot of the Past
A Is For Algorithm
Supercars feature / Bloomberg Businessweek
Intelligent Life Mag. / VII Deadly Sins. Envy
Uh-oh... My Bad!
I Cant Go On / The Guardian
The New Normal
Don't Walk Away
You Don't Know Me.
Leanna King / Leanna King
When Will I Ever Learn
I Just Don't Know... Is It Real Or Is It Fake?
Cover / Euromoney magazine
Bath Bombs Christmas / Lush
All Dressed Up
Back to School
Boy of the Reverse
2020BC Edition 2
Lockdown Week 1
Lockdown Week 3
Lockdown Week 5
Lockdown Week 12
Lockdown Week 6
Clap for the NHS
There's Someone Else Down There!
Commuting was Exhausting, But My Habit of Nodding Off Was Getting Out of Hand...
Everyday is Like Sunday
I Just Can't Do It Anymore...
The Day We Become Respectable
I Can Do It
None of My Friends
Good Girls are Bad Girls that Never Get Caught
Grams of Fat
Just Be Kind
A Wild Side
Your Halo Dirty
Cup of Tea
She Was an Angel
Dark and Fantastic
Well Behaved Women
Thanksgiving Madness / Ink American Way
That's not my Name / Northeastern University
What Have I Done
There Must Be More To Life
Money money money
No. 1 / 2020 AD
The Perfect Gentleman!
Oh No... Here It Comes Again!
Be The Change 2 / Women's Health Magazine
Most of the Time
Be The Change 1 / Women's Health Magazine
Never Leave Me
Forecourt Of The Future
Be The Change 3 / Women's Health Magazine
All Our Fathers / The Big Issue
I Think Wine O'Clock Is Getting Earlier Every Night!
Winners / Ladbrokes Magazine
Yes, Of Course You Can Have My Bank Details, Just A Second...
Power 7 Deadly Sins Intelligent Life Magazine
The Green Party
The Real World Cup / The Big Issue
Manners / Dental Floss
I've Got to Get Out of This Dead End Job!
Wall Street Journal
The Art of Haggling / Which? Magazine
Marc Jacobs Comic Strip / Net A Porter
A Bit Jeremy Kyle
That Time Of Year
Oops I Did It Again Stock Image
Clobber Your Clutter
Ingratitude 7 Deadly Sins Intelligent Life Magazine
The Garage Live TV Credits
Why Can't They Just Behave Traveller Magazine
Have A Nice Day
Happiest Girl Alive
Slave To Love
I Would Be Liar
Are You Funny? GQ Magazine Comedy Issue
Crazy Mixed Up Kid
Music Is Better Uncompressed Vivendi UMusic
Hangin' On The Telephone
Rumbled Adidas T-shirt
Two Weeks To Lose Two Stone
Whistle Blower Sunday Telegraph Seven Magazine
Dreaming Is free
POW! Adidas Woman's bike polo
Twitching GQ Magazine Comedy Issue
Fork Handles GQ MAGAZINE Comedy issue
Grange Hill Grows Up Celebrity Dinner / Sunday Times Magazine
I Just Need Chocolate
What Am I Supposed To Do With This?
Yeah Baby Yeah
Grange Hill Grows Up
Just Can't Do It
Hey / Guardian Supplement
Cover / Chief Executive Magazine
Having It All
Ed and Ted 11
Two More Sleeps
Bored to Tears
Stock / 9
Can You Do This
Who's That Knocking At My Door Stock Image
Too Tired for Passionate Sex / Psychologies Magazine
Grange Hill Grows Up / Sunday Times Magazine
Real Nice Wheels Adidas Women's Bike Polo
It Hurts To Set You Free
Oh Come On
A Women Scorned
What Have I Done
Oh No...Tears! / GQ Magazine
How Much ?
Sour Beers / Imbibe Champagne Supplement
It's My First Time
I can't get no satisfaction
Spikezilla MCM Backpack / Phoenix Magazine
Chocolate Hazelnut Layer Cake
I'm Just So Lost Without You!
How Will He Know I'm Crazy About Him
Wha....Hey! Traveller Mag
How About It
I wish I Could Lose Weight / Lighter Life Magazine
Blondes Really Do Have More Fun
Spas Are For Girls
Are They Gels or Acrylics? Instyle Magazine
Save The Game
Never Suspect A Think
As Soon As I saw Your Eyes I Knew You Were The One
Supergirls Racing Adidas Women's Bike Polo
I'm Not Sure I Can Cope With This Traveller Magazine
I Wish I Was Gay
Full Fat Milk
Jacquie Boyd was born in Jarrow in the north east of England and studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Newcastle and Lincoln. Her early career began in the advertising industry in London at the tail end of the magic marker and gouache era, and the pre-Mac hands-on fast drawing and colouring techniques have hugely influenced the style of both her fine art and illustration work.
Jacquie taught graphics and illustration at Newcastle College for many years before starting to paint and work freelance as an illustrator. She fuses a style grounded in retro teenage comics and pop art with comments on contemporary culture. She produces her illustration work developing traditonally hand drawn linework with digital colouring, still loving the whole drawing process.
Jacquie’s clients include digital online work for clients including BBC3, Bonjela ,Crown Royal Canadian Whisky, Cambridge Weight Plan, Net a Porter, Hitachi, LV Iinsurance;
print work for clients such as Scope, The Canal and River Trust, Toyota, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Easyjet and Wizz airlines: magazine and newspaper illustrations work for The Sunday Times, The Telegraph, Guardian, illustrations for magazines including R.S.A., Intelligent Life, Cosmopolitan, Tatler, Women's Health, GQ, Mental Floss, Imbibe, Chubb, Chief Executive, Psychologies, Weightwatchers, Lighter Life, American publications such as Wall St. Journal. Key Club U.S., Hemisphere, several covers for The Big Issue, step by step illustrations for recipes in a complete Italian cookbook and packaging work for Lush cosmetics.
Her original paintings are very much in the same vein as her illustration work, comic based pop art frames with speech bubbles and her original acrylics on canvas sell in galleries across the country.
Jacquie’s illustration work was featured in Martin Dawber’s ‘Modern Vintage Illustration’ published in 2012.