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Steve Rawlings
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Steve Rawlings has been working as an illustrator since the early 90's,and now lives and works in Bath.
Evolving a style which merges traditional and digital photographic techniques with an expressionistic and painterly collage style Inspired by the graphic works of Vaughan Oliver and artist Robert Rauschenberg he gained a first class honours degree at the Kent Institute of Art. Creating beautiful artworks from found and self generated textures, found ephemera , and photographs he explores and collages images together in a constantly evolving and experimental process.
Working extensively within the publishing, editorial and advertising industries worldwide, he has created a wide-ranging portfolio of work and projects.
From posters for the latest theatre and operatic productions to book covers and adverts.

Clients to date include: BBC, Honda, BP Volkswagen, Aston Martin, The Royal Opera House, English National Opera (ENO), Diageo , Lucasfilm, Scholastic, Disney, Random House, Orion, Penguin, Harper Collins, Macmillan, HSBC, Natwest Bank, The Guardian, The Financial Times, The Telegraph, The Royal Bank Of Scotland, NCR, Getty Images, Quarto and The Ivy Press
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