Made Up is the commercial 
illustration & type studio of
Charles Williams. 

Raised in Manchester, England, and now based in London, Charles's work is rooted in drawing, geometric shapes, the continuous line, isometric grids, interconnected forms, and a surreal three-dimensional aesthetic.

His work includes magazine covers, advertising campaigns, branding design, 
animation, and various exhibitions.

A fuller selection can be seen here

Here's a video of Charles talking about his work.



CLIENTS
Nike
Converse
Adidas
Uniqlo
Creative Review
Bestival
Bonnaroo
The Oscars
FX
GQ
The Washington Post
The New Yorker
The New Republic
The Village Voice
Scientific American
Fortune
Science
The New Statesman
Modus
Campaign
The Financial Times
ESPN Magazine
Variety Magazine
The Hollywood Reporter
Wired
Icon Magazine
Fast Company
Google
Inc.com
Soho House
Polk Audio
Adobe
BBC
VW
Seat
Mercedes 


AWARDS / PRESS
AOI Images 35 Design Award
2011 Flair Illustration Award May 2010 
Veer Creative Catalyst Runner-up

PRESS  - PRINT
Unit Editions: Type Plus
Computer Arts Illustration Annual

Images 34

Images 35

Typography Today

Typography Now

The Little Book Of Typography
Computer Arts Projects

Digital Arts

Digital Arts Adobe Supplement
Advanced Photoshop Magazine

Mac User

PRESS - 
ONLINE
AIGA
It's Nice That
Grafik
Design Boom
Adobe Inspire

Fubiz
Abduzeedo
Manual For Speed
Yorokobu

FEATURED
Mag Culture

FFFFOUND
Cover Junkie
Creative Bloq
Creative Pool

Behance

Typography Served

Digital Art Served

Illustration Served
Communication Arts

Digital Arts

YCN Network 

LINKS
Instagram: @thisismadeup
Twitter: @thisismadeup
Facebook: MadeUpIllustration
Behance.net/madeup 

EXHIBITIONS
Images 34, London, 2009
Images 35, London, 2010
Don't Believe The Type, The Hague, 2010
Art In Mind, Brick Lane Gallery, 2011
onedotzero, London/Berlin, 2011
Glug Brighton, 2012
Secret 7"s, London, 2012
Glug London, 2013
Play Type, The Book Club, London, 2014
Illuminations, St Pancras Crypt, 2014
Type Plus / Unit Editions, London, 2014
Willow - Win/Lose/Draw, London, 2015