Robert Doman is a British illustrator based in London, whose passion for art and illustration started at a very young age. Growing up with dyslexia, he quickly discovered that a truly great illustration can tell a story without the need for the jumbled up words he so often tried to make sense of. From drawing on the back of cut-up cereal packets to practically eating Crayola felt tips on a monthly basis, his love of visual storytelling was his way of navigating the world around him and has stuck with him ever since.
Today, Robert’s art is largely hand-drawn using traditional techniques and inspired by his love of nature. He creates bold, striking and detailed illustrations via a mixed media of acrylics, pencil, crayons and inks. Combining both a loose style and graphic framework, his art is structural chaos amongst the beauty – all accompanied by a dash of humour and edginess.
Every drawing has a story to tell.