Jon Glanville is a freelance graphic designer based in Plymouth, United Kingdom.

As a BA (Honours) graduate from Plymouth College of Art and Design in 2008, I studied Fine Art and was always taught to think and operate outside the box when it came to conveying ideas and conventions through creative means. I always worked with computers since a very young age, and that later developed into an advanced knowledge of various design programs in order to produce countless works in print and media.

In the last few years I used this technical knowledge and creative thinking to mainly provide for the needs of various clients, by creating promotional material for their businesses such as posters, logos, business cards and web graphics; and also designing for people who had personal projects which needed help with promoting.

My work has been featured in Shortlist Magazine, Computer Arts, WOinPlymouth and Plymouth & South Hams Oracle magazines, and various design blogs on the internet. I have also entered various graphic design competitions, including music tour poster contests set up by Creative Allies. And have just recently become responsible for designing promotional material for the Plymouth-based Soul Night event series ‘Souled Out’, Plymouth-based public house ‘McCarthy’s at the West Hoe’, and even clients outside of the UK.

As well as client work, I like to create graphic design pieces in my spare time to express my love for music and cinema, especially my poster work. Along with this, I am always open to new challenges and forms of communication, and am willing to expand my creative and technical prowess.

To check out latest news and even more of my work, then click on the following link to access my Facebook page.


I offer the following services:

Logo Design, Brand Identity, Posters, Flyers & Leaflets, Business Cards, CD Artwork, Letterheads & Compliments Slips, Brochures, Invitations, Menus, Web & Social Media Graphics, Illustrations, Wedding Stationary, Digital Photo Manipulation and Retouching

Don't hesitate to ask for anything I've missed out from these options.