Miles Donovan is a London based graphic artist and art director. His work has been used internationally for editorial and advertising clients including The New York Times, Creative Review, Newsweek, Publicis, Saatchi & Saatchi, The Telegraph, TIME and Wired. You can find his illustrations in the books ‘Illusive’, ‘The Fundamentals of Illustration’, ‘Pen and Mouse’ and ‘50 Years of Illustration’.
As a founding member of the internationally renowned Peepshow he has worked on design, art direction and animation projects for BBC, Channel Four, National Geographic, PBS, Philips, Red Bee Media, Roundhouse, Somerset House, Toyota and The Victoria & Albert Museum.
In 2015 he won ‘Outstanding Motion Design’ with Peepshow at the 67th Emmys for his work on PBS/BBC documentary series ‘How We Got To Now With Steven Johnson’.
Editorial & Publishing: Advertising Age, Atlantic, Billboard, Business Week, Creative Review, Complex, Dazed & Confused, Delta SKY, The Economist, Elle, Faber & Faber, Fast Company, The Financial Times, Glamour, GQ, The Guardian, Highlife, ICON, The Independent, Interview, Mens Health, New Republic, The New York Times, Newsweek, The Observer, Oprah, Red Bulletin, The Telegraph, The Times, TIME, Timeout, The Source, Variety, Vibe, Vogue, Wired, WWD.
Advertising: ABC, AirTran, Arsenal, Asics, BBC 1Xtra, Channel Four, Coachella, Cuervo, Escada, ITV, Plenty, Puma, Qantas, Rolling Rock, Target, Tide, Toyota, Tumblr.
Animation: BBC, Kaspersky, National Geographic, PBS, Philips, Red Bee Media, Toyota.