Mitch Blunt

Mitch Blunt

Mitch Blunt is a British Illustrator with over a decade of experience, primarily making conceptual work for newspapers, magazines, and advertising.

He lives between East Sussex and Abu Dhabi with his wife and miniature dachshund.

Clients
2Communique
Boston Globe
Consumer Reports
Freedom House
Google
Harper Collins
INC
Morning Brew
Ogilvy Mather
Pentagram
Politico
Shopify
Stanford
The New York Times
Wall Street Journal
Wired
Wm T. Grant Foundation

The Penn Gazette | Book Review - Fool Proof

Financial Times | Automation

Freedom House | A Resilient Internet for a More Democratic Future

Carnegie Reporter | Slacktivists to Activists, Tech-savvy millennials are transforming philanthropy

Human Rights Report | The fatal consequences of dangerously substandard medical care in immigration detention

Museum Journal | Museums and Activism

Politico | Smart Water

Politico EU | The Energy Union

The Big Issue | How to think like an athlete and overcome anxiety

Strategy+Biz Consumers | Creating what consumers want

The Big Issue | William Morris and The Industrial Revolution

Politico | Alternative proteins

Personal Work | Recipe ideas

Politico | Cricket flour anyone?

The New York Times | Egypt's Rickety Dictatorship

The International New York Times | Fair Trade For The Global Garment Industry

The New York Times | Sudan's rape of Darfur

John Hopkins Medical Review | New bionic arm with a sense of touch

Spots

Saga Magazine | Heating your Home
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