Since the start of his professional design career in 1988, James White has had no real shortage of agency work, but it is his ceaselessly blossoming personal creations that brought about Signalnoise Studio and drew the likes of Toyota, Google and Nike to the Canadian designer.  

James’ recent experimentation with neon-infused art projects – works sparked by memories of his 80s childhood – is shown off beautifully in ‘NeoWave’, a celestial series of illustrations channelling the decade’s psychedelic leanings and cosmic dreams. 

The shining, strangely coloured alien landscapes featured in this series are mind-bending enough alone, but blended with the fantastical, extravagant geometric shapes James has stabbed into the desert or sent floating above the heads of dwarfed silhouetted people - well, that’s just mesmerising. 

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