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Ian Naylor

International technical illustrator. UK

Ian Naylor
Today Ian Naylor lives in Kendal on the edge of the English Lake District, the town where he grew up, but his early career in technical illustration started in London ... and the arcane delights of Soho's Dean Street. He’s an artist with a passion for detail, mechanics and structure, creating functional and informative works of art as well as more figurative pieces for the advertising world ... the good things, the bad things ... and the UGLY things !

Training

Ian studied Technical Illustration at Blackpool Art College in the early 80s and his career began straight afterwards.

Approach

A project begins with a discussion about what the illustration is setting out to achieve, working out a basic composition then constructing the finished image in 3D on the computer. Though he began as a technical illustrator, today his work appears in magazines, cover and editorial, museums, websites and video productions.

Style

Realism, accuracy and technical competence are all hallmarks of his work.
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Foot air pump illustration by Ian Naylor
Skeletons illustration | Medical style gallery
Monopoly game board illustration by Ian Naylor
Vintage tv illustration by Ian Naylor
Hammer illustration | Technical style gallery
An illustration of Harbour
An illustration of Industrial layout
Magzine cover illustration by Ian Naylor
Airport illustration by Ian Naylor
Ship marine illustration by Ian Naylor
Driving sensors in a car illustration by Ian Naylor
An illustration of container vessel
Pigs illustration by Ian Naylor
Grand prix grid illustration by Ian Nayor
Shopping center illustration by Ian Naylor
Autonomous car illustration | Technical style gallery
An illustration of Qatar flag
Rig illustration by Ian Naylor
Spectrometer illustration | Technical style gallery
Chocbar wrapper illustration by Ian Naylor
You - Lettering illustration by Ian Naylor
Rig illustration | Technical style gallery
Seabed illustration by Ian Naylor
Motor illustration | Technical style gallery
Oil port illustration | Technical style gallery
Cityscape illustration by Ian Nayor
An illustration of Ice ships
An illustration of gas cylinder
Bedford truck illustration by Ian Naylor
Mouse trap illustration by Ian Naylor
An illustration of Telecommunication
Shieldhall cutway illustration by Ian Naylor
An illustration of Monorail
UAE/UK trade illustration by Ian Naylor
Dogtags illustration by Ian Naylor
Reactor illustration | Technical style gallery
Open burner illustration by Ian Naylor
Turbo fan aircraft illustration by Ian Naylor
Typewriter illustration by Ian Naylor
An illustration of Oxygen pipe and mask
Truck illustration by Ian Naylor
An illustration of cover for PROG magazine sleeve
Plug illustration | Technical style gallery
An illustration of numbers with steel
Turbine Illustration | Technical style gallery
Cables illustration by Ian Naylor
Mechanism illustration | Technical style gallery
An illustration of hospital beds
Boat illustration by Ian Naylor
Army illustration by Ian Naylor

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