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Mitch Blunt is an illustrator from London with an style that is all his own — his handcrafted aesthetic may be simple, but packs an undeniable punch. With a client list that includes the likes of Diplomat Magazine, Google, Reader’s Digest, the Atlantic, the Improper Bostonian, the New York Times Magazine and Wired, Mitch has positioned himself among the top ranks of illustrators.
Mitch’s work is not easily categorized, but we’ll do the best we can! His work is highly geometric in nature and utilizes color and layer principles to create depth in each of his illustrations. These principles are most evident in the “Science of Serendipity” illustration that Mr. Blunt created for Google’s “Think Quarterly” — this highly geometric piece was commissioned by the tech powerhouse as an editorial illustration and is a fantastic example of the talent Mitch brings to the table. Excellent work!
As usual, more of Mitch’s work can found in his website, Tumblr, and Twitter feeds. For those of our audience on the East Coast of the United States, stay safe — Irene seems like a real jerk. Stay tuned for more features next week…we’ll be featuring an artist that came in through our submission contact page!