21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
21/07/2021
Artist Interview
Lewis Swan
Artist Interview: Tony Green
I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

Tony Green is a British born illustrator who creates rather playful, colourful, and abstract illustrations that showcase a sense of personality within every brush, pastel, or pen stroke. The artist’s abstract fashion paintings and figurative fashion illustrations take the form of personal work as well as client collaborations with high-profile companies such as Selfridges, Sonia Rykiel, British Vogue, IFM Paris and Loreal.

With unique markings and a vibrant use of colour, Tony Green has created quite the personal style for himself that is in high demand in the art industry.

gowithYamo was also fortunate enough to receive two original pieces of work. Have a look at the work yourself in the store within the gowithYamo app now!

Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Tony Green, Gucci - 'Take me anywhere'  Collection Illustration A3 Prints
Hello Tony, would you like to start off the interview by telling us a little about yourself and your artistic practice?  

Since graduating from Central Saint Martins London in 2010, I’ve gone on to work on a variety of art and seasonal fashion projects for Parisian fashion designer Sonia Rykiel, where I created illustrations, collection designs, prints and research concepts for the brand in Paris. I have also collaborated with several international luxury brands and Designers such as Free People, Nathan Jenden / Dianne Von Furstenburg New York, and Selfridges. My illustrations have been seen in the World of Interiors, British Vogue magazine, London Life magazine and Creative HEAD magazine. More recent collaborations include L’Oréal and Selfridges department stores where I have created illustrations for pieces by JACQUEMUS, Prada and Adidas. I also regularly hold live illustration sessions and also guest mentor with Fashion University IFM in Paris.

Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration
Tony Green, Acid Flowers Print - Tony Green x Helen Price colour collaboration

How would you describe your artistic style?

I see my work as being playful, colourful with loose lines and spontaneous marks. There is always a romantic element to my pieces too.

What would you say has inspired you the most throughout your career?

I think I’m always inspired by unusual colour combinations, travel, the figurative and fashion. I love historical references combined with current references. I think that makes something feel modern in itself.

Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media
Tony Green, Acid Petals - Original 21 x 15, Mixed Media

I love that there is a huge use of colour throughout all of your work. What is the significance of the colour and how do you go about choosing what colours to use for each piece?

I like to be spontaneous with colour - sometimes I don’t look at what colours I’m picking up. I find that this adds a surprise factor to my pieces and for me I find it more interesting to see what happens without too much planning.

I saw that you have created illustrations for huge companies like Selfridges, how did this collaboration come about and what exactly did you create for them?

I have a lot of friends from my time at Central Saint Martins who are now also working in the industry as well. A close friend is now working in the creative team with Selfridges who recommended me for the job which was great. I think staying connected with everyone is great for sharing opportunities.

Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original
Tony Green, Venetian figues - A3 Original, Mixed media original

Tell us a little bit about the works you have created and kindly gifted to the gowithYamo store.

The pieces gifted are original illustrations on coloured card created with soft pastels. They are two faces with crowns. I actually outlined the first layer when in Venice and then they were completed in the U.K. I like the use of space and colour in these abstract faces. They are great as a pair. Un identical twins.

Do you have any upcoming projects/collaborations we should keep a lookout for?

I have several things lined up currently - including the launch of some of my illustrations on garments etc.

Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021
Tony Green, Un Identical Twin 1 , Soft pastel and oil pastel, A4, 2021

How can we keep up to date with your work?

You can now shop my collection of pieces at tonygreenillustration.com as well as on my Instagram page @tonygreen_illustration where I show more of the studio type imagery and works in progress.

Thanks for reading
Collect your 5 yamos below
REDEEM YAMOS
Thanks For Reading
Thank you! Your submission has been received!
Oops! Something went wrong while submitting the form.