Sam Peet is an illustrator and designer from London and has produced his distinctive graphic work for Apple, Fortune Magazine, Hewlett Packard, Harvard Business Review, Wired Magazine, Fruit, SBI Magazine, WWD Magazine, Men’s Health Magazine, Secret Garden Party, Adweek, Monocle, Penguin Books, Something Good, Scouting Magazine, Rosie Lee, Brompton Bikes, Too Many Tees.
“My work was a mess after university”
admits illustrator Sam Peet. After graduating from Cambridge School of Art in 2008. Sam started out as a gallery assistant and graphic design intern, soon learning the importance of nailing a clear, identifiable style as a freelance creative.
“I adapted, changed my style, envisaged where my work fitted into the industry.”
Evolving and honing his signature clean lines and bright colour palettes ever since, Sam now works as Culture Trip’s in-house illustrator, creating both still and moving image for the publication’s online articles. He describes the process of going from freelance to full-time, and how he balances additional commissions alongside his nine to five.
The following project is a series of cover illustrations and sports for the Fortune Magazine’s March issue.
For more illustrations check out Sam Peet’s website: http://sampeet.com/