Tom Morgan-Jones

October 20, 2007

Saddam the Butcher

Saddam the Butcher

Client: Real City Magazine

Brief: Article asking has Saddam had his day?

Commissioned By: Toby Venables Editor @ Real City Magazine

Purpose: Tom Morgan-Jones illustrated a weekly column named ‘Cat up tree’ for several years in Adhoc Magizine. The column later became ‘Sheep with Guns’ in the also weekly Real City magazine for one year.

Splosh...Goodbye Icarus...

Splosh…Goodbye Icarus…

Commissioned By: John Harris is one of only a handful of full time professional Storytellers working in Britain, and the only one who works exclusively with children and young people.

Purpose: One of many illustrations that sit proudly within the pages of the childrens book ‘The Creature of Crete’, this book contains two ancient greek stories retold by John Harris.



Client: Adhoc Magazine

Brief: Produce a ‘visual pun’ based upon the title of a film.

Commissioned By: Toby Venables

Purpose: Appeared in the film section of Adhoc Magazine.

Tom Morgan-Jones

Contact Tom

Tom ‘nibs’ Morgan-Jones
inker of ink
illustrator & cartoonist

20 Tenison Road
Cambridge CB1 2DW

t: 01223 305424
m: 07775 800 154

Tom Morgan-Jones is an award-winning illustrator based in Cambridge, UK. His work is widely and internationally published, from children’s books and magazines, to corporate literature and satirical boardgames. Feel free to contact him to discuss commissions or illustration.

Tom has lectured and tutored across the land of England, at Universities, colleges and schools including the Cambridge University Cartoon and Illustration Society, Cambridge School of Art, London College of Printing and the University of East London. Tom also resided as Artist in Residence at the Hills Road 6th Form College, Cambridge during 2005.

He has been honoured with awards too, a D&AD (British Design and Art Direction) Yellow pencil and a medal from the AOI (Association of Illustrators).


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