Greg Stevenson

Design + illustration


Crawley Council place branding
A rebrand for Crawley that worked with the idea of expressing the excitement of the New Towns in the 1960s. It celebrates the mid-century modern aesthetic, but updates it with a quirky, colourful, modular approach. I produced brand guidelines and designed posters, hoardings, publications, way signs, a set of icons and other assets to launch the brand.

Logo design for Oscar: an online system for
improving university application personal
statements and references.

Royal Geographical Society
A series of illustrated infographic posters
for the 21st Century Challenges programme.

Renaisi Impact Report
Selected pages from an infographic-heavy interactive PDF highlighting Renaisi’s successes.

Swim school logo
A new swim school that aims to both teach people to swim and to deal with their phobias

Artwork for a Norwegian osteopath
Brush and ink drawing (A2).

London Football Journeys
Publication design for London Football Journeys:
a UK charity that brings young people together
from diverse areas of London to share new
experiences and break down prejudices.

Brockwell Park ponds
Personal work. Brush and ink. (200 x 200mm).

Seeing the Bigger Picture
Michael O’Mara Books
Selected designs for a book of infographics
comparing countries on subjects such as happiness
and homocide.

Logo design for interiors company.

Cover illustration for Man Up! The Real Man’s Book of Manly Knowledge - a book on how to tickle a trout and break up a dogfight, among other things. 
Michael O’Mara Books
Brush and ink

Wildflower Calendar
Selected illustrations from The Wild Flower
Calendar: a monthly column on
with words from Mathew Clayton.