Professional illustrator, photomontage artist, and author of several books. Steve lives in London, England.
Steve Caplin is a graphic artist specializing in photomontage illustration. His work appears regularly in newspapers (including The Guardian, L'Internazionale, The Sunday Telegraph and The Independent) and magazines (including Radio Times, Men's Health, Reader's Digest and many others).
Steve has taught at the University of Westminster and the London College of Communication, and has lectured in England, Norway and the Netherlands.
Steve's advertising work has included commissions from Saatchi & Saatchi, Lowe Howard Spink, M&C Saatchi and Bartle Bogle Hegarty, for which he has won two Campaign Poster Awards and a D&AD award.
Steve is also a Contributing Editor for MacUser magazine.
Steve has a degree in Philosophy, and has had no graphics or computer training.
In this regard he sees himself as an unqualified success. He plays the piano well, the guitar adequately and the saxophone badly.
When not at his desk, Steve likes to make improbable constructions out of wood (a material with no "Undo" key).
His books include the How to Cheat in Photoshop series, Art and Design in Photoshop, The Complete Guide to Digital Illustration, and Icon Design. His non?computer books are Dad Stuff (published in the US as Be the Coolest Dad on the Block), More Dad Stuff, and Stuff the Turkey.
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