Jelly London have launched Futures. Seeking to find the best fresh talent coming onto the scene and develop their skills and portfolios for a step up into the illustration business. Illustrator, Jordan Andrew Carter is one of the selected trio. His style is a fresh mix of hand drawn sketches juxtaposed with colourful graphic work to create exciting, multidisciplinary blends. I simply had to ask for more detail so here’s his spotlight...
Where and what did you study? I studied Games Art and Design at Norwich University of the Arts (NUA) and graduated last year.
Have you won any awards or featured in any exhibitions? This year I've taken part in the Inkygoodness Beermat Character exhibition and the Ammo Magazine Poopdeck exhibition both held at the Coningsby gallery as well as Little White Lies Not For Rental charity exhibition.
Who inspires you and your creative work? I'm massively inspired by a multitude of different people and things, but I think Street art and various print methods and techniques are what excite me the most. The humour, outlandishness and real hands on approach to both has always stuck with me and I hope that some of the same craziness filters through into my own work.