Adam Hancher‘s illustrations are narrative driven, his pictures capturing a moment, allowing us to fill in the spaces, the gaps, between what was and what may be. Even the most mundane of subjects are turned into beautiful images. Each illustration is wonderfully rendered in bright colours with it’s own narrow palette that gives it more poignancy, more articulation.
He say about his work:
My inspirations lie within the mythology of various cultures, lonesome Western landscapes, thick evergreen forests, and design work from the mid 1900′s.
Although he’s still young Hancher has done work for HSBC, GQ, the Seattle Met, WIRED Magazine, The Big Issue, The Times Newspaper, The Financial Times, The Radio Times, Little Brown, Random House and more. It’s a pretty good start for what I’m sure will be a very successful career.