James Joyce is a London based artist and designer. With a process rooted in drawing and printmaking, he works across a range of media, creating screen-printed editions, one-off art pieces, and three-dimensional objects.

Pulling inspiration from Andy Warhol and the Pop Art movement he helped to spearhead, Absolut created the campaign “Holidays Pop” as a part of their “Transform Today” initiative. To celebrate Absolut’s new collaboration with Warhol, they tapped James Joyce to take advantage of his clean, vector aesthetic to help make their new vision of the holidays sing.





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You can view more work from James Joyce through his Directory of Illustration Portfolio. He is represented by Bernstein & Andriulli.