Financial Times illustration by Luke Warm 16th February 2002

Clients & Feedback

Cartoon Clients

There's been quite a lot of them!

Since 1992 Cartoons and Caricatures by Luke Warm has worked for a whole range of clients mainly in the UK and Ireland.

UK - Newspapers, Magazines etc

Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Independent, The Sunday Times, The Press Association, The Independent on Sunday, The Times Higher Education Supplement, The Evening Standard, New Statesman, Financial News, Scallywag, Third Sector, Public Policy Review, Macmillan Education Ltd, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, NewTrade Publishing,

Ireland - Newspapers, Magazines etc

The Irish Times, The Sunday Business Post, Magill, Business and Finance, The Sunday Tribune, The Irish Medical Times, The Dubliner, The Phoenix, The Pike, Irish Farm Computers, Hopkins Communications

Botswana - Mmegi newspaper, New ZealandThe Property LawyerZimbabweAfrica South magazine.

Commercial clients

A-Gas, NHS CLARHC, Pinewood Studios, BBC, Canon, Ericsson, Centrica, Ribena, Barclays Bank, Virgin Trains, SG Warburg, PA Consulting, Deloitte Consulting, Crown Communications, Context Communications, Anne Kavanagh PR, Pomegranate PR, Citigate Dewe Rogerson, Devonshire Appointments, Basten, Greenhill & Andrews, Barkers Norman Broadbent, Jones Knowles Ritchie, Luther Pendragon, Ove Arup, Atticmedia, NVision Ltd, Recruit Media, The Science Museum, British Airports Authority, British Psychologist Society, Energy Industries Council, Alpha Flight Services, Imperial College, 2CG Ltd, VSO, Open University, Tourism Concern, Friends of the Earth, Index on Censorship, Leeds Postcards, Weatherill Brothers, North Devon Council, National College of Art & Design.

Conference Cartooning

GSI at Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge, Engage at Anglia Ruskin University, Chelmsford, The Science Museum in London, NIHR CLAHRC in London, the British Natural History Consortium (BNHC) in Bristol, The Diabetes Research Network (DRN) at Imperial College London and the Royal Academy of Engineering in London.