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Justin Lees

Art Book; The Justin Movie


Justin Paolo Lees is an ordinary but artistic young man. He lives in Greater Manchester, which is completely a hustling place. Now because Justin is artistic, he loves to create and illustrate. He even spend some time with his family. But what Justin love, most of all, are his pet cat; Catford, his best friends; Baykaii, Joshim, Louise, Helen & Joanne, Connell and Tom, and his girlfriend; Courtney.
But little did Justin and his friends knew that, one day, danger was brewing.

Justin has a unique drawing style and his stories and illustrations mainly feature himself as the main character. In addition to drawing he has a keen interest in watching animations, especially Pixar and Aardman animations, which are a huge influence in his work. Justin had success with his artwork from a young age, gaining a commission from Children in Need in 2012 to make Terry Wogan’s 70th birthday card and having his artwork shown as a backdrop to rock band ‘Inspiral Carpet’ gigs.


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Art Book; The Justin Movie


The Justin Movie movie-book. A4 size. 59 double page spreads with colour illustrations.

10 in stock

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About the artist

Justin Lees

A talented artist working in illustration, print, sound and installation.

Artwork by Justin Lees - a cartoon man looks out of a window with a sad face, signs outside say 'stay home' and 'be safe'


We are delighted when people want to commission work from us and our artists. This can either be as a group project or an individual artist creating one of their unique pieces for you.

To find out more and to arrange a studio visit please contact Katherine Long on 0161 232 1223 or email

An arm holding a white pen leaning over a large piece of art painted orange.