Illustrator, character designer and diretor Rob Flowers channels his love of unusual toys, vintage action figures, and psychedelic colors into award-winning illustrations.
Rob's work has been described as
'trippy.... as if you took a whole load of acid, ate too much candyfloss and went on the waltzers at your town's local fair. It's all a bit much, borderline grotesque, but you had a brilliant time.
"Rob channels his love for ghoulish characters, psychedelic colours, and anthropomorphic food into his bright, brilliant work.
To the backdrop of a hoard of vintage action figures and Happy Meal toys, he creates his illustrations that embody this obvious love for humour and characters."
"There seems to never be a dull moment in his studio nor a dull millimetre in his acidically vibrant images."
The British Museum / New York Times / The Museum of Witchcraft & Magic / Nike / Ribena / Facebook / Action Aid / ESPN / Google / Kraft / The Museum of Childhood / Creative Review / MTV / ASOS / Universal Music / Boot/ British Red Cross/ A Bathing Ape / Spalding
"Ideally I’d like to live in a land of hamburger patches, milkshake volcanoes and fillet-o-fish lakes."
Rob Flowers 2010
If you'd like to commission Rob to do some work for you or just want a chat about toys, drop him a line on