Bobby Hill is a New York based artist whose work combines a blend of pop imagery, raw graffiti and expressionist elements. Hill’s career started as an illustrator, but it wasn’t until he researched about Andy Warhol that he became interested in screen-printing as an art.
In early 2001, his first editorial illustration appeared in Slam magazine. A few months later, Hill was picked out of several artists to create an original commemorative work of art for Coca Cola. Hill then developed a range of new styles and images which were featured in Mass Appeal magazine, Gen Art shows, Splash Light Studios, The Cutting Room, Trust, MaxFish, The Grey Worldwide Gallery, The Art Directors Club and several galleries in Europe. His work for The James can be seen in each guestroom as the guest directory booklet – a screen print on canvas.