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Tom Hubmann is a visual artist and illustrator based in Cornwall (UK) where he divides his time between commercial work and personal projects. He retrained as an illustrator after working in the music industry in London from 2000 - 2011. His practise is currently focused on illustration based design, print and image making. This framework gives him the freedom to construct informed responses to briefs with work that utilises a range of process, visual languages and research whilst maintaining his bold, playful and graphic style. Interests and influences include conservation, wildlife, outdoor sports, food, drink, music and design from the pre-digital era and travel. He is also a father of two and a qualified lecturer (PGCAP) with a focus on climate positive practise within the visual arts.

Selected clients:
ARM, Eden Project, Finisterre, BAM clothing, Die Zeit, Anorak magazine, Friends of the Earth, Shelterbox Charity, Sustainable Eel Group, ESI, A-Side Studio, Stranger Collective, Leap Eco, Don’t Cry Wolf, Cai and Kyn, Origin Coffee, Verdant Beer, Alexandra Palace, James Bowden photography, AON Hewitt, Working Partners, New Dawn Traders, etc.

Selected shows:
The Shape of Things to Come - Potager Gardens, UK 2021 (solo exhibition)
AUB HUMAN Earthday Symposium - Arts University Bournemouth, UK 2021 (guest speak)
Falmouth Illustration Forum: HOME
- Falmouth Uni., UK 2020 (guest speaker)
Slow Residents
- Potager Gardens, UK 2019 - current (ongoing residency + exhibition TBC)
The Shape of Things to Come
- Juniper Bespoke, UK 2017 (residency)
Secret 7" - London UK 2014 (group show)
Pick Me Up - London, UK 2014 (group show)
HOMAGE - 64 Killigrew Street Gallery, UK 2013 (group show)
Food Glorious Food - No.1 Harbouside, UK 2013 (solo show)
So Far So Good - It's All True / HAND, UK 2013 (solo show)
City Poster Contest - The Human Empire shop, GER 2013 (group show)
Food Glorious Food - Espressini, UK 2013 (solo show)
Magazine Library 10 - Tokyo, JP 2012 (group show)
A Forest Tale - Here & Now Gallery, UK 2011 (solo show)

All images copyright Tom Hubmann © 2022