Doug John Miller’s drawings are not illustrations to be browsed quickly and carelessly, they are illustrations in which you have to get lost, to get close to the eyes in order to capture even the smallest detail.
Doug John Miller is a London architect, graduated in 2015 from the Bartlett School of Architecture, who dedicates his spare time to his second passion, illustration, without ever forgetting his work.
Using design programs and integrating them with Photoshop and Illustrator, Doug brings to life worlds where architecture is the real protagonist. Futuristic buildings with impossible shapes, closed gardens developed on levels that intertwine endlessly, houses built on top of each other. Everything that the English architect illustrates would be impossible to build in the real world, but the more we spend time following flights of stairs, capturing every element of furniture, discovering where a street leads, the more we think the world around us should be like the one designed by Doug John Miller.
Each table is composed of so many details that it seems to be able to tell us a whole story, becoming illustrated narratives.