by jimmy turrell on Tuesday, 14 June 2016

During the course of directing both the video and producing the artwork for Beck's new single "WOW" quite a lot of visual material was (for whatever reason) edited out of the final cut. Heres a selection of the frames that never made it into the video and also some typographic ideas that were never used for the final artwork. Created with Antonio Vicentini & Braulio Amado.


by jimmy turrell on Thursday, 17 December 2015

They Made This is a new online print shop showcasing illustration and photography.

I'm really pleased to announce that I’m collaborating with them to sell signed limited edition prints.  The theme of my work will be changing every few months but the initial theme is music - so included here are portraits of Jagger, Bowie and Dylan.

Also included on their roster of artists are Anthony Burrill, Hey Studio, Supermundane and Camila Walala.

To buy prints check out the site here.:


by jimmy turrell on Friday, 20 November 2015

Heres a recent project I’ve worked on for producer Paul Epworth at his Church Studios complex in North London.

Paul is one of the leading producers in the world at the minute - he's worked on Adele's last two albums (he co-wrote “Rolling In The Deep”) and has also produced everyone from Florence and the MachineColdplayCee Lo GreenFoster the PeopleU2John LegendLianne La HavasPaul McCartneyBruno MarsPlan BCrystal CastlesFriendly FiresBloc PartyAnnieChapel ClubPrimal ScreamThe RaptureJack Peñate. He's also won four Grammy Awards including  Producer of the Year.

He recently bought a whole church in North London and converted into an incredible studio complex - Church Studios. 

He commissioned me to produce hand made collages of a few of the people who have influenced him most over the years (Bob Dylan, King Tubby, Lee Scratch Perry, J Dilla, Marvin Gaye, The Beach Boys, Bowie, Michael Jackson and Quincy Jones amongst others) and these pieces now decorate the walls of his studio.

Also check out his brilliant label Wolftone for great new artists like Glass Animals and Rosie Lowe .