An Illustration of a telegraph newspaper for a motoring column

Mystery Motors

Medium: Vector
Client: Saturday Telegraph

Colin, Elgie, illustration, illustrator, graphic, Illustration used by Saturday Telegraph newspaper for a motoring column

About Colin
For the look and feel of the iconic poster artwork of the 1930s and 40s, Colin Elgie is the illustrator to call. Vastly experienced, he began his career in the 1970s working with Prog Rock giants like Pink Floyd, Genesis and Peter Gabriel, and today his style is as clear and graphic as ever as he delivers impactful retro imagery for clients in publishing, travel and entertainment.
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