Nathan Hackett’s explicit and colorful illustration of spills, temper tantrums, and a boy riding a shopping cart, pokes fun at the mayhem kids sometimes cause in a grocery store. Hackett, in his illustration of taking the kids to the grocery store, recalls with fondness his childhood trips for groceries alongside his parents. Even though they dragged him unwillingly […]
A pair of illustrations about the hazards of vacationing with friends are featured in the summer issue of Stella magazine, a supplement to The Telegraph, UK’s most widely-circulated newspaper. Nathan Hackett contrasts the leisure and fun of vacationing alone as a family with the chaos of combined families on vacation in two editorial illustrations. A double […]
Inspired by the comings and goings of everyday life on a busy staircase just outside an illustrator’s second floor apartment, this lively illustration shows just how relaxing a weekend can be as neighbors lives criss-cross but rarely intersect. Drawn in muted–almost drab–tones to illustrate the mundane nature of moving into and out of an apartment building.
Nathan is a British illustrator with a fascination for architecture and the relationship its inhabitants have with city dwelling. With a passion for drawing and an emphasis on laboured dedication to detail, Nathan builds intricate compositions that feature quirky mini-narratives of theatrical invention. Thoroughly scrutinizing the complexities and ideas wrestled within each illustration, the resulting […]