Tom J Newell AKA Endless Toil
July 26, 8:30am - 10:00am UTC. Hosted at Sheffield Institute of Arts
part of a series on End
About the speaker
Tom J Newell is an illustrator based in Sheffield, England. When he’s not producing intricate hand-drawn illustrations for a plethora of illustrious outlets, you might find him spinning an impeccable selection of ancient rap records and bugged out psych beat down the local watering hole.
Tom’s work has been exhibited within the United Kingdom.
Select Clients Include: Dr. Marten’s, Kraken Rum, Jose Cuervo, Dazed & Confused, Which? Magazine, Classic Rock Magazine, Side Burn Magazine, Alice Cooper, MF DOOM, Lee Scratch Perry, Wu-Tang Clan, Die Antwoord, Sleaford Mods, Daniel Johnston, Moshi Moshi Records Abandon Ship Apparel.
Sheffield Institute of Arts is an integral part of this vibrant and creative city. Opened it’s doors in 1843 to supply creative support to the region’s manufacturers, in a bid to stay ahead of the growing global competition. This relationship with the commercial and industrial continues today. Our students enjoy superb access to the working world and the community of experts they will emerge into.
For many years, HLM has cultivated a ‘one team’ culture with staff firmly at its core. Design excellence and client satisfaction remain critical to our mission, and we couldn’t deliver this without a close-knit team of dedicated and enquiring minds. We work internationally as one, sharing best practice, knowledge and experience across the globe.
Formed by award-winning entrepreneur Matthew Bell, Matte Black strive to create captivating digital content.
UK BASED PHOTOGRAPHER AVAILABLE FOR NATIONAL & INTERNATIONAL PROJECTS. Hello, I am Joe! Now Living in Sheffield. I was born and raised in Knaresborough, North Yorkshire and have always wanted to reside in God’s Own Country!
Since I was a young boy I have always had a passion for photography; You could say it is in my blood. My grandfather was a photographer and printer in the Second World War and my family are now up to a 3rd generation of printers within a terrace house off the High Street in Knaresborough.