WE / Yevgeny Zamyatin / The Folio Society
Black Rose / We the Bathers / LUSH Cosmetics
The Big Sleep / Raymond Chandler / Puffin Fiction
WE / Yevgeny Zamyatin / The Folio Society / Binding
WE / Yvgeny Zamyatin / The Folio Society / Internal Illustrations
Ident / Channel 4
Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions / Cube
Brave New World / Aldous Huxley / The Folio Society
Battle of Britain 75th Anniversary / Jersey Post
Selected Poems & Songs / Robert Burns / The Folio Society
Heart of Darkness / Joseph Conrad
WE / Yvgeny Zamyatin / The Folio Society / I-330
Flatland: A Romance of Many Dimensions / Sphere
WE / Yevgeny Zamyatin / The Folio Society / Lenticular
Superfoods / Huffington Post
Invisible Cities / Italo Calvino
Brave New World / Aldous Huxley / The Folio Society / Internal Illustration II
Brave New World / Aldous Huxley / The Folio Society / Internal Illustration
Electromagnetic Pharmacology / New Scientist
Kit Russell is an award-winning illustrator and graphic designer based in Dundee, Scotland.
Kit graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 2013 where he received a BA First Class honours in Illustration. Since graduating, He has gathered a wealth of experience assisting at some of the UK’s top design studios on various advertising and packaging design campaigns.
Kit’s enthusiasm for both design and reading led him to enter the House of Illustration & Folio Society’s Annual Book Illustration competition where he came runner-up two consecutive years in a row. He has since developed a close relationship with the Folio Society and has been commissioned to illustrate two books for them.
Kit’s work is notable for his simple yet sophisticated graphic approach, which he demonstrates across a variety of different media including print, packaging and motion graphics. Whilst frequently experimenting with optical art elements, in his illustrations, Kit’s work also focuses on geometry, line and character informed by his combined use of both traditional and digital design techniques.
His work is primarily inspired by his keen interest in Retro Science Fiction - regularly exploring themes such as perception, illusion and the supernatural.