Parts of the Process — The Guardian Editorial Illustration by Michael Driver

Posted 01 September 2016 Written by Will Hudson

This article was published as part of our soft launch in 2016.

It’s rare to see a young creative’s transition from university to working life quite as smooth as Michael Driver made it look. In the twelve months since graduating from the illustration course at Kingston University he was inundated with work, from Runner’s World and Midwives Magazine to The Sunday Times and The Wall Street Journal. Working all hours he achieved what many would hope to do so in their first five years, here he takes us through the challenge of turning around an editorial illustration for The Guardian in little over 24 hours…

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