Daymon’s illustrations are bold and colourful. His comic-styled images are strong communicators with audiences of every age, with a healthy dose of character and purpose. An illustrator who is also a qualified art director, Daymon not only understands the value of great aesthetics, but the importance of getting a message across to the viewer.
Sewing his advertising oats at RMIT late last century, Daymon went on to become a commercial illustrator/designer before taking a job at Disney Toon Studios in Sydney. Here, he had the chance to work on a number of traditional 2D animations. Daymon has enjoyed much diversity with his illustration, working across children’s books, tattoos, gig posters, character design and sporting goods, to name a few.
Today, armed with a broad knowledge of illustration and how it works on the human subject, he’s equipped to press the creative buttons you need activated!
Place of Birth:
Currently Living in:
Train, bus, bike, or other:
Car, bike, walk.
What's the most important object in your studio?
A ‘Bone Droid’ I made from a variety of objects including the remains of a fox, parts of a toy robot I had when I was a kid and remote control cars... his name is Dogma.
Paper or Plastic?
If you could resurrect one no longer living person to have lunch with, knowing you will have to return them to the grave right after coffee, who would it be?
Preferred method of dealing with an encounter with an acquaintance whose name you can't remember.
Why don't you flip the tortoise over, Leon?
...What do you mean, ‘I’m not helping’?!!
How much wood would a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood?
An infinite amount; he’d never stop.
Favourite client so far?
Favourite imaginary client?
How does your mother describe your profession?
Coffee or tea?
Both please. :)
What's your earliest drawing memory?
Drawing monsters... I drew monsters until my own drawings actually started to scare me.
How do you prefer to spend your mornings?
Writing down my dreams with a cup of coffee.
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