From iconic London landmarks like Borough Market and Battersea Power Station, to everyday subject matters like buses and English breakfasts, Jayson Lilley’s art makes the ordinary look extraordinary. With his signature bold colours, limited palette and illustrative approach, Lilley’s graphic novel style certainly packs a punch. Influenced by his early career, which included visual communication, graphic design and advertising, his work also reflects his idyllic upbringing in a Devon seaside village as well as his current home town: London. Urban landscapes and countryside influences are common themes in his paintings. Lilley has enjoyed great success in the last ten years with galleries worldwide selling his work. His art has also been reproduced extensively as prints, greeting cards and stationery. Born in 1972, Jayson Lilley lives and works in London.