By Laura Collinson

For the majority of us, petrol stations aren’t the most inspiring places. But for Thomas Hedger, they offer a world of creative possibilities. His bold series of illustrations offers a unique depiction of the humble service station, through the use of sharp lines, simplified details and a striking colour palette.

The London-based designer is renowned for his brightly coloured designs, which he’s created for a range of clients including The Telegraph, New York Times, The Guardian and Urban Outfitters. Although Thomas is no stranger to documenting buildings, he’s also pretty good at illustrating people too. Discover more at

Via Behance

Read more here:: Pop art Petrol Station series transforms the everyday into bold and engaging design