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Artist, Cartoonist & Comedy Writer

Geoff's Fine Art

Geoff Tristram has been a professional artist for 45 years. In this time, he has worked for companies such as Penguin Books, Cassells Publishers, Hodder and Stoughton, the BBC, Embassy World Snooker, Royal Doulton, Spink, Past Times, Ravensburger, Trivial Pursuit, Tarmac, Carillion, Winsor and Newton, Reeves and many, many more.

He has designed album sleeves for UB40, postage stamps for the Charles and Diana Royal Wedding, Miss World, the Winter Olympics, World Cup Football, ads for the likes of Jeremy Clarkson and Jonathan Ross, illustration work for Aston Villa and Wolverhampton Wanderers, hundreds of advertising images for agencies across the U.K. and several fine art prints.

He also accepts private commissions for fine art and portraiture.

Below are a few of the many thousands of images he has created. A number of these are available as signed, limited edition Giclée prints which are available to buy.

Own a signed Fine Art print.

Many of Geoff’s Fine Art paintings can be purchased as bespoke Giclée prints. All prints are signed and numbered, printed on fine quality art paper, posted out to you in tubes. Frames not included.

Own a signed fine art print

© Geoff Tristram 2023

Get a Quote for your fine art prints...

  1. Choose your fine art print  from the images shown below, simply click on the images you want.
  2. You will receive an email confirming your order and the total amount due including postage.
  3. We’ll then contact you to arrange payment. You can simply send your payment via Paypal– you don’t need to have a Paypal account.

About the Giclée Process

“Giclée”, pronounced “zhee-clay,” is an invented name for the process of making fine art prints from a digital source using inkjet printing technology. From the French word “gicleur” meaning “jet” or “nozzle”, Giclée should now be part of every artist’s vocabulary.

Although Giclée printing uses now familiar devices such as scanners, digital cameras and inkjet printers, these devices are used at their limits to produce prints that meet the demanding standards of artists and photographers.