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New bike posters

The 101st Tour De France / Tim George, 2014

The 101st Tour De France / Tim George, 2014

In case you hadn’t heard, the Tour de France is starting next week, in England! Say what?! The teams will be completing 3 stages in the UK, beginning in Yorkshire and finishing in London, before moving on to France. Exciting stuff!

To celebrate, Magnolia Box have got a brand new collection of bike-themed artwork for sale. I’m delighted to be a part of their selection, with 3 posters: my original “Life’s Better On Two Wheels” print, a new yellow edition to celebrate the Tour, and a BRAND NEW piece, shown above, depicting the teams taking part in this year’s race.

Thanks to James at Magnolia Box for sorting everything out. You can buy the prints now, and they’ll also be on display at Hoxton North in Harrogate from next week.

The 101st Tour De France / Tim George, 2014

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Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

Nick Leith-Smith identity / Tim George, 2014

I’ve updated my portfolio site with a few new projects. The first of which is this re-branding for Nick Leith-Smith, a small architecture & design practice based in London, specialising in high-end retail & residential work. This was a really great project to work on and I’m really happy with the results.

Read more here

See the studio website here

NEW – bicycle prints

Life's better on two wheels / Tim George, 2013

Life’s better on two wheels / Tim George, 2013

I’m pleased to release this new series of prints celebrating the bicycle.

Available now!

NEW – motorbike prints

Motorbikes / Tim George, 2013

Motorbikes / Tim George, 2013

New – more motorbike prints available now! See my website for more info and buy them from Print-Process.com

NEW – website updates

New website / Tim George, 2013

New website / Tim George, 2013

I’ve made some tweaks and added some new work to my portfolio site. What are you waiting for, go check it out!

Motorbike T-shirts available now

Motorbike T-shirts

Motorbike T-shirts / Tim George, 2013

I’m very excited to announce that my motorbike illustrations are now available as a range of tees over at shotdeadinthehead.com

Check them out!

Motorbikes — new versions out now

Motorbikes — new series / Tim George, 2013

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Motorbikes — new series / Tim George, 2013

I’m very pleased to announce a new series of prints, available now. Last year I produced a poster of 9 motorbikes that my dad owned during the 70s & 80s. I have now taken them a step further and produced an alternate series, abstracting the forms, graphics & colours.

Both the originals and the 6 brand new psychedelic versions are available to buy at Print–Process. The giclée prints are available as either A1 or A2 size, and printed on 230gsm ultra-smooth fine art matt paper.

I’m massively grateful to Blam for agreeing to stock my art on his insanely cool site! Check out the full gallery for loads of original prints by the likes of Spin, James Joyce, Oliver Jeffers, Peter Crawley, Build, Maddison Graphic, Emily Forgot… the list goes on and on! I’m honoured to sit alongside them.

So what are you waiting for? Buy my prints now at Print–Process!

30 years of the Space Shuttle – available now

30 years of the Space Shuttle / Tim George, 2013

30 years of the Space Shuttle / Tim George, 2013

To coincide with the launch of my new site, I have a new print for sale! Again, I’ve been working on this one for a long time… ever since the Shuttle was retired in July 2011, in fact.

Anyway, better late than never. I’m really pleased with the print – it’s been exquisitely screenprinted by K2 screen, in 3 colours (white, grey, orange) on dark grey stock from GF Smith.

It’s a limited edition of 30, available to buy now for £30 each. Go get one!

New website launch!

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I’m very pleased to announce that my long-overdue portfolio refresh is now live! I’ve been working on this for what feels like ages now – and finally the crappy holding page is no more; a fully-functioning portfolio sits in its place.

Go check it out at tim-george.co.uk and let me know what you think!