Synergy Art was founded in 2000 by Frances Wallace (nee Chapple) with a handful of good illustrators from a small studio in Holland Park, West London. Today, Synergy Art represents a select list of renowned image makers with two UK offices and an international client list spanning Europe, North America, South America, Australia and Asia.
Our clients include: Nike Footwear, Honda, Zanussi, American Express, Citroen, Nokia, Converse, Ford, Channel 4, ESSO, Red Bull, Sony, Penguin, Coca Cola, VW, Umbro, EMI Music, Lexus, Esquire, Vogue, Business Week, Penguin Books, Cosmopolitan, HarperCollins, GQ, Barclays, Financial Times, The Observer, Peugeot, Royal Society of Art, CineWorld, Wagamama, John Lewis, Selfridges, Transport for London, Toyota, Time Out, Wallpaper*, Monocle, Vodafone, Orange and Wired.
Frances Wallace / Founding Partner
The boss lady! Armed with a healthy slice of entrepreneurial spirit and a passion to offer the creative industry something new, Frances launched Synergy Art in 2000. Today, she divides her time between seeking out international exposure for our artists, co-managing our London office, being a mum to Felix and little Alice and indulging her passion for jumping off high things, usually with a bungee!
Luke Wilson / Partner
Taking up the helm in London, Luke is responsible for the smooth running of our HQ office. Lending his extensive knowledge of modern illustration practice to the team, his influence continues to be an essential ingredient in our ongoing success. Luke is also a successful image-maker in his own right having completed projects for a worldwide client list containing top 100 brands, advertising agencies, design groups and publishing houses. In his limited spare time he‚Äùs a doting dad to Martha and Lucas.
Jeremy Chapple / Creative Manager and Company Secretary
Our super reliable backroom man. Jeremy, whilst assisting with the day-to-day running in London, also casts a very precise eye over the facts and figures – making sure everything is moving in the right direction! A skill that he also utilises on his regular off-shore sailing trips.