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Biography

Patrick Morgan (b.1977)
Trained at the Royal College of Art, Patrick has worked as a commercial artist for over 15 years receiving commissions from famous designers and exclusive patrons; Yves Saint Laurent, Tom Ford, Chanel, Fendi, The Royal Academy of Arts, The London Olympics, and was personally commissioned to do a portrait of US Vogue Creative Director Grace Coddington.

Major works created in collaboration with Tom Ford for the English National Ballet, Ballet Russe’s 'The Firebird', which was then reused to represent Art and Culture at The Mayor of London's Office for the Olympics during 2012. Morgan also designed the Justin Timberlake world tour and for Christian Dior and for the James Bond film 'Spectre'. Patrick recently exhibited at the V&A and collaborated with Christian Dior, for the "Designer of Dreams' show, leading master class experiences in drawing for fashion.
Patrick has been featured, as one of most important commercial artists today by Gestalten publishing, for his work with luxury fashion houses across the globe, working alongside Raf Simons, drawing and designing prints for his scarf collections.

Tom Ford
“Whether a wisp like portrait or a dynamic figure with a shock of background colour Patrick’s drawings are always elegant and contemporary.
His confident line and natural talent produce strong statements on the progression of modern fashion illustration noting the likes of René Gruau and David Downton.”

David Bamber, Tom Ford

Wallpaper*
“A rich and varied collection of progressive portraits and expressive still lives, there is something here for all lovers of contemporary art.
For this decade-defining body of work.”

Tony Chambers, Editor-in-Chief Wallpaper*