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Country: United Kingdom
City: Glasgow
Professional Title: Illustrator, Artist, Graphic Designer
Specialties: Illustration, Screen Printing, graphic design

- About -

Craig McIntosh is a Glasgow based contemporary Illustrator and Graphic Designer. McIntosh rose through the ranks of Glasgow’s College of Building and Printing and then onto Art School at Duncan of Jordanstone in Dundee graduating with a BA (Hons) in Illustration and Printmaking, 2009. Subsequently, he was awarded an Artist in Residence at the Josef & Anni Albers Foundation in Connecticut, USA spending three months out in the woods distilling his style and experimenting with different mediums.
His artwork is predominantly a mixture of drawings and screen printing and he has exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute, The New Temple, Leeds and Summerset House, London. The National Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy. A regular collaborator with a wide range of designers working on various projects at both The Telford Gallery and The Lighthouse Design Museum. Through Glasgow design group, Analogue Social, he has successfully run a number of Design and Live Screenprinting exhibitions of which Print Festival Scotland 2013 was the zenith.