Eliot Wyatt with Confident Colours and Trippy Characters

Bristol, UK-based Eliot Wyatt confidently uses intense colours in his strong, character-filled illustrations. He has a knack for striking the right balance between blindingly bright hues and their more muted counterpoints, creating work with a touch of the trippy without crossing over into the overwhelming.

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BREAK THROUGH

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Drinker

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© Eliot Wyatt, 2016

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