Spiros Halaris is a multi-disciplinary award winning Illustrator. Born in Greece, he was trained at the University of the Arts London and has studios in London and New York, where he's currently based.

For the past 10 years he has been creating illustrative and typographic solutions for an international and diverse clientele including: Lancome, Bergdorf Goodman, Sephora, Printemps, The New York Times, Harrods, Shiseido, Vogue, Bvlgari, Architectural Digest, and Salvatore Ferragamo to name a few.

His signature aesthetic, distinguished by its eye-catching colours, sophistication and playfulness, has the ability to capture the spirit of every subject and give it a new dazzling and elegant form.

Selected Press:

Vanity Fair, Vogue UK, Vogue Nippon, Computer Arts, Digital Arts, Harper's Bazaar, Madame Figaro, Delood, Nylon, Juxtapoz, The Telegraph, Sunday Times, Marie Claire, Elle Canada, The Fox is Black, Glamour.  


2017- Printemps Paris - Christmas Windows

2015 - World Class Creators - Bank Gallery, Tokyo (Group)

2012 - Overexposed - Glassworks, London (Solo)
2012 - Revlon Anniversary exhibition (Group)
2011 - Mode Biennale (Group)
2010 - London Fashion Week (Group)


Making A Splash - Graphics That Flow, Victionary 2014                        

Illustration - Fashion Now, Taschen 2014                                                              

The Beautiful - Illustrations for Fashion & Style, Gestalten 2010


Design Museum, Christian Louboutin Illustration workshop (LDN) 2011 Barbican, 30 Years of Japanese Fashion presentation (LDN) 2010


Selected Client List:


I’ve had the pleasure of working with Spiros on several portrait illustrations, and I’m always impressed by the level of technical and emotional depth he conveys in his work. He is the ideal artist because — in addition to his aforementioned skill — he is nimble with changes on deadline, which is always a huge asset.
— Vanessa Morsse, Variety magazine
Fashionable and in perpetual search of innovation, these are just two reasons why Printemps chose him [Spiros Halaris] to produce the Christmas illustration and the backgrounds for the window displays, a valued institution for the department store. “
— Printemps, Paris