Characterized by bold, contrasting colours and clean edges, Leslie Gerry’s unique approach to design is truly captivating. Whether illustrating animals, or the sprawling metropolis of New York, Leslie strives to capture the essence of the subject, without complication.

His contemporary approach to design is now available on a selection of modern gift, homeware and stationery products. If you want to know more about Leslie, head over to and have a look at his latest work and limited edition prints.

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Leslie Gerry is a trained graphic designer, working out of his “Tree House” studio in the enchanting English Cotswolds. For several years, Leslie has been working on bespoke projects for major international clients including The Orient Express, Royal Palaces and The Tate Gallery.

In 2014, Leslie began collaborating with Morrigan Ltd to launch a range of high end products, for introduction to the UK gift market. Although flag shipped by the “Animal” range, Leslie’s urban projects also new feature.

The success of the gift ranges, has allowed Leslie to focus his time on the creation of stunning limited-edition books. Each book gives a narrative of a location, through a series of representational designs, or “Elements” as Leslie refers to them.

His collection currently consists of the Port Merrion, Stockholm, New York and Cuba books, with Venice set to be released in 2018. Prestigious locations such as the British Library, the Library of Congress (Washington), Columbia University (NY), and Duke University (Carolina) hold copies of his publications.