Responsible for Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s controversial ‘Pleasuredome’ album sleeve artwork in 1984, Lo has been working as an illustrator ever since.
Readers of the Guardian Weekend Magazine will be familiar with his witty, bold and graphic imagery for ‘What I’m Really Thinking’, a column written anonymously by members of the public, for which Lo has created over 350 illustrations to date. Since 2014, Lo is also a weekly contributor to The Economist, illustrating the Latin American column, ’Bello’.
With children's books in his blood (Lo’s parents created the children character, Bod), he has recently completed 2 titles for Walker Books and is currently working with Egmont UK on his own book, all due to be published in 2017.
In addition to his career as an illustrator, Lo has a following as a printmaker; making limited edition prints since he left art school. Nowadays, he creates and prints these digitally from his studio in Gloucestershire and ships to customers all over the world.
Recent clients include; Walker Books, Egmont UK, Oxford University Press, Waitrose, The Guardian, The Economist, Berlin Policy Journal, The New Republic and ... Tottenham Hotspur (for whom Lo is a life long supporter).