Holly Wales is an illustrator, educator and writer based in London, UK.
Keen to learn new ways of making things look good, she explores a variety of subject matter through self-initiated and commercial work for a range of international clients, in a variety of mediums. Holly's non-commercial work plays on chance and process to produce a body of work which remains in a constant state of flux, where the process behind one image becomes the beginning of the next, focussing on the performance of chaos in a controlled visual structure and highlighting moments in time.
Holly has exhibited work internationally in a number of group shows and has written projects and taught on illustration and design programmes in the UK. Her client list includes Bloomberg, Design Week, Deutsche Bank, Fallon, Financial Times, Frieze, Nestle, The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday, The New York Times, Royal College of Art, GAS (Japan), The Huffington Post, The V&A, The Telegraph, Uniqlo, Nylon, Conde Nast, Urban Outfitters and Wired. Holly also illustrates a regular weekly column, “Lives” for The New York Times Magazine.