Patrick Savile is a Freelance illustrator and print designer.
Having grown up on a solid diet of weird 70s sci-fi and fantasy, he creates worlds that hark back to the world of prog-rock album art and take leads from comics, he likes to create narrative in my work, however abstract it may seem.
Patrick has worked as a freelance print designer for five years for the likes of Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon and Amazon, and when not working for the big boys, he also enjoys illustrating his own ideas, collaborating with people on album covers or painting things in his studio with his airbrush and his thoughts.
Patrick had a review of his work recently published online by It's Nice That.
|Date||Friday 20 October, 1.15–2pm|
The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass)
The Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talks
Friday 20 October, 1.15–2pm
Selected Scenes From The Beginning Of The World, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Patrick Savile.
Friday 3 November, 1.15–2pm
The Cass Hothouse is excited to host its second talk by Amélie Barnathan.
Friday 17 November, 1.15–2pm
Drawing pictures for money, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Joe Prytherch AKA Mason London.
Friday 8 December, 1.15–2pm
The visual language of Fashion advertising through the lens of culture and storytelling, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Serena Wise.
Friday 9 February 2018, 1.15–2pm
Rees-o / Riz-o / Ry-so, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Rachel Littlewood.
Friday 13 April 2018, 1.15–2pm
Designing for National Theatre, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Ollie Winser.
Friday 27 April 2018, 1.15–2pm
Picture books; from initial idea to publication day, a Cass Hothouse Visual Communication talk by Fiona Woodcock.