Nick Morley

Nick Morley is an artist and illustrator working in London whose wryly humorous take on the human condition manifests itself through drawings, prints, books and interactive works.

The major themes running through Nick’s personal work are masculinity, heroism, human achievement and man’s efforts to leave his mark on the world. The subjects usually found in these themes include hunters, wrestlers and bearded men. Shown below are some of his artists books. Including his new book Man and Beast, featuring drawings of men and animals. As well as Man Book, a book of drawings of hunters, wrestlers and men with enormous cabbages!

You can find out more about Nick’s artwork on his website or purchase his books, prints and inspirational buttons through his Etsy shop.

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1 Response to “Nick Morley”


  1. 1 jotta.com 12.29.2009 at 3:30 pm

    If you like Nick Morley’s work, there’s some great prints of his that can be seen here. Very talented!
    http://store.jotta.com/category/limited-edition-prints/nick-morley-champion/


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