Ralph Solly is a UK based graphic designer and illustrator, he tells Kollektiv:
“The picture interview was very challenging, my process of coming up with ideas took a lot of work and research with preliminary sketches to start with. I use mixed mediums, with combination of illustration, photocopying, painting, Photoshop and Illustrator.
I’m proud of my family history, so some of this was a ‘base’ for inspiration for creating my visual responses. I constantly surround myself with inspiration with a huge variety of vinyl / art / design / typography / architecture, books etc. I’ve never classed myself as a ‘proper creative’, as I studied graphic design and illustration, so I’ve never felt I fitted into one box.”
Why do you draw fellow train passengers?
What’s the biggest risk you’ve taken?
Tell us about your ancestry.
Is social media creating a selfish generation?
What would be an ideal death?
Would you like to be immortal?
Where are you in the moment between asleep and awake?
Please create a portrait of me.
If you only had 24 hours to live, what would you do?
Where can we find more of your work?