Adrian Chesterman, a world-renowned British illustrator has worked for just about everyone, on just about everything, just about everywhere.
‘Jurassic Park’ publicity art for Stephen Spielberg in Los Angeles, stage-set art for ‘Sunset Boulevard’ for Andrew Lloyd-Weber in Frankfurt. Advertising commissions include ‘Coca Cola’ in Atlanta, videogame illustrations for ‘Nintendo’ in Chicago. ‘Spiderman’ games for MGA in Los Angeles and over the last ten years the aero-engine division of Rolls Royce in London has commissioned him to illustrate ‘Flight’ magazine.
He has illustrated countless music album covers including ‘Bomber’ for Motorhead, ‘The meaning of Life’ for the Monty Python team and ‘The Road to Hell’ for Chris Rea.
Chesterman had his first exhibition of paintings at Liberty in Regent Street while still at the Royal College of Art, progressing to exhibitions in the Pompidou center in Paris and Gallerie Schémes in Lille, France, the International Contemporary Art Fair at Olympia, Spinks, Kensington Town Hall, and the BBC center London.