Greg Stevenson

Design + illustration


The Dreyfuss Affair

The assassination of the Romanovs

The Black Hole of Calcutta

Some of the illustrations from The Mysteries of History: Unravelling the Truth from the Myths of our Past, published by Michael O’Mara Books. 

Hornchurch visual identity
Place branding for Hornchurch in Essex. The town wanted to re-brand their town centre to promote local businesses and civic pride. Based on surveys and focus groups, the idea was to capture the town’s history and friendly village-like feel. I produced brand guidelines and designed posters, hoardings, flyers, loyalty cards, merchandise, social media ads and other assets to launch the brand.

Character design for the launch of the website and app: 
“Rakuten Fits Me combines shopper data with your garment data so shoppers can see exactly how the garment will look and feel.”

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.

The Old Man and the Sea
Book cover for Constable Robinson.
A true-life travel adventure:
“One day, Anthony Smith placed a straight- forward advertisement in the Telegraph saying ‘Fancy rafting across the Atlantic? Famous traveller requires three crew. Must be OAP. Serious adventurers only.’”

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.

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.