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Adrian Chesterman

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Adrian Chesterman studied fine art at Norwich School of Art and illustration at the Royal College of Art in Kensington, London. Since leaving the R.C.A. Chesterman has worked in nearly every sphere of the art world. Chesterman started with an illustration technique of his own invention which employs airbrush and painted gouache and acrylic inks on artboard or canvas. This technique won commissions from around the world not to mention a few prizes including the Gold mecanorma award in Paris in 1989, but around the turn of the millennia Chesterman switched to digital illustration.

As an illustrator he has worked for just about everyone, on just about everything, just about everywhere. From film Publicity art for Stephen Spielberg in Los Angeles, to stage-set art for Andrew Lloyd-Weber in Frankfurt. Advertising commissions for Coca Cola in Atlanta, Singapore Airlines in Singapore, Busch Beer in St. Louis, Pioneer in Paris, Seaworld in Orlando, Ralph magazine in Sidney and Southern Sun hotels in Capetown. “Not forgetting Rolls-Royce in Derby, and the Mars corporation in Slough... in case this was starting to sound too glamorous.”

Chesterman has illustrated book covers for Jackie Collins, Jack Higgins and Dick Francis, a science-fiction series for Penguin, many books on dinosaurs and a children's encyclopedia amongst innumerable others. He has illustrated many music album covers including 'Bomber' for Motorhead and 'The Road to Hell' for Chris Rea, produced an animated music video for the Eurythmics and even built and painted a skull and crossbones shaped guitar for Adam and the Ants.

Chesterman lives in Andalucia in Spain and has also been designing gardens and parks for the rich and the famous.

 

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