Totally Okay is a transdisciplinary studio working primarily across illustration, graphic design, art direction, and visual identity.
Totally Okay is based in Sheffield, UK.

info@totallyokay.co.uk

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Clients include
Coca Cola, Nike, The Guardian, New York Times, The Hepworth, Sheffield Children's Hospital, Virgin, Computer Arts.


Exhibitions
2018
Uncanny Valley — Temporary Contemporary, Market Gallery, Huddersfield
This Class Works — 92 Burton Road, Sheffield
Place, Space, Action — Temporary Contemporary, Market Gallery, Huddersfield

2016
A View Of Sheffield — S1 Artspace, Sheffield

2015
50th Anniversary of the British Road Sign — Design Museum, London
Just Do Good Shit — 156 Arundel Street, Sheffield
Tramlines — Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

2014
Process and Print: Leeds Print Festival — Munro House, Leeds
Pub Scrawl II — Forum, Sheffield
My Patch — Colours May Vary, Leeds
Printing Sheffield — Millennium Gallery, Sheffield
Yorkshire in Yellow — Millennium Gallery, Sheffield

2013
Rawrsome — The Old Sweet Shop, Sheffield
Not For Rental — 71a Gallery, London
Dirtyface Live — Millennium Gallery, Sheffield
Doc/Fest 202020 — Showroom, Sheffield

2012
'It's Always Been You' — The Old Sweet Shop, Sheffield
Pub Scrawl — Dada, Sheffield

2011
Creatures, Characters and Communication — APG Works, Sheffield

2010
Wooden Toy / Side C — Concrete Hermit, London
Floodit — Nottingham Contemporary
Don't Believe The Type — The Hague, Netherlands
Send — Riverside, Sheffield
Lyrics And Type / Verse 2 — East Gallery, Brick Lane, London

2009
'I've Never Felt Like This' — Forum, Sheffield

2008
Train Car Project — Papa B Studios, Brooklyn, New York
The Little Big Show — Canteen, 238 Dalhousie, Ontario
Los Buenos Munecos Viven Para Siempre — Miscelänea Gallery, Barcelona
Burton Sidewayz Exhibition — MTV Gallery, Sydney
Till Death Do Us Part — Cookiefactory Aalborg, Denmark

2007
Source Material — GardenFresh, Chicago, Illinois
Wurst Gallery Dog Show — Portland, Oregon

2006
Room X — Habitat, Regent Street, London
Freaky People — St Petersburg, Russia