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Travis Price is an Australian based tshirt and commercial advertising illustrator represented by the Jacky Winter Group!/byprice


Last year I was lucky enough to work with the awesome team at Mambo to create some tee’s for their mens & kids ranges….it was a lot of fun.

Risographica 2

I was recently lucky enough to take part in The Jacky Winter Groups Risographica show. I always love these group shows as the brief is open and you can create something you’ve had in your sketch book for a while. For me I’ve been meaning to do a Beasties Boys illo/fan art. The show opens on the 9th August and all prints will be available from the Lamington Drive website also.

Risographica 2 will see 37 of Jacky Winter’s most celebrated artists explore the medium of the Risograph via an A3 2-colour print. This time there are new colours, new faces and a new space; all coming together to celebrate the glory of the Risograph.

All works will be sold in limited editions of 10 for $50.00 each, with a percentage of each sale being donated to Vision Australia.




Australian Invasion

I was recently very humbled to be included in the Anyforty T-worldcollaboration Australian Invasion Tshirt series. I’ve been a big fan of both Eddie & Al for some time….but the real surprise was the amazing list of Australian artists they put together for the series.

BeastmanBen BigeniDale BegeniBen BrownDebMeggsNumskullPurdi Petunia & Ken Taylor

10 limited edition T-shirts each with there own 24 page mini magazine on the artist.

My brief was to create a hybrid of an emu and one of my eye monsters.

After what looked like a crazy launch in New York the Tee’s are now available from the Anyforty online store

Big thanks to Eddie Zammit & Al Wardlefor putting together such an amazing project.

Lookbook Photos by Rick Nunn

BeastmanBen BigeniDale BegeniBen BrownDebMeggsNumskullPurdi PetuniaKen Taylor


I recently spoke at FieldTrip, a day event with a difference. The focus of FieldTrip was to look behind the scenes and see how people work and their processes. It had a wide variety of speakers from storyboard artists, photographers, 3D animators……

I decided from when first being approached to speak at FT to be very transparent to how I work. Most of my presentation looked at how I work in illustrator and all my little tricks.

To best display my process I went through the creation of an owl character and the reference and mood boards that also went into it.

I must admit I was nervous but it all went well and I need to thank everyone who emailed afterwards….I’m glad you enjoyed it.




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