Neil Webb is an award-winning artist who worked with numerous clients including The BBC, The Royal Mail, The New York Times, The Guardian, etc. Growing up as an only child, he used to spend a lot of time in his head and creating worlds to play with. He also enjoyed drawing, as well. Webb describes his artistic process as “sit and desk, sweat, and put in the hard work of generating ideas.”
“I’m attracted to simple strong graphic imagery. Early 20th-century design and the forced economy of printing processes of the time seem to embody this same approach by necessity. But, the work does evolve, and I’m more and more interested in obviously ‘digital’ work as its own aesthetic,” the artist explained in an interview with Ballpit and added that this favorite medium is Photoshop.
He currently has more than 200 posts and over 2,000 Instagram admirers who follow his work. If you want to check out his creations, just keep scrolling!