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In my late teenage years and early twenties I was involved in commercial design. I still have friends who work within the industry, Rob Chappell is one of them. I'm very proud of him so I present a selection of recent work. This is all commercial work, he's too modest to allow his private/fine art work to be shown. Maybe one day...

Conceptual Design, Storyboards (Television etc), Architectural Visualisation, Interior Design, Exhibition Design, Corporate Presentations, Educational Aids/Presentations, Print Design & Artwork.

To discuss your requirements e-mail:
chappell.rob@googlemail.com

Please type "design details query/Blogger" in e-mail subject header.
Location: U.K. (Yorkshire)


























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