I’m Adi Gilbert, an Illustrator and Graphic Designer based in Moray Speyside, Scotland, UK with clients worldwide. 99Seconds is the name of my portfolio, studio and shop established in 2002.
My work combines traditional hand drawn media and techniques with modern digital ones. My favourite is Indian ink and fine brush work although I often replicate the same style and technique digitally for speed and flexibility. I often hand draw type and my own fonts particularly for use in both illustration and Graphic Design.
I’m probably best known for my work in the bike (particularly BMX and MTB) and motorcycle scenes due to a lifelong love affair with two wheels. However my experience is quite diverse and I’m able to draw and design for wide range of subjects including wildlife and portraiture, editorial etc.
I’ve been commissioned by a wide range of international clients and brands over the last 20yrs producing illustration and design for projects such as posters, packaging, branding, advertising campaigns, web banners, social media, editorial, books and merchandise. As well as commercial work I also frequently take private commissions and art projects.
You might like to follow my instagram account for more regular insight into my work.
If you’d like to commission a project please get in touch. Email Adi: firstname.lastname@example.org
Prints and original artworks are available on the shop page.
Thanks for your interest in my work! – Adi
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