Project Description

Jamie Byrne

We are delighted to be representing artist Jamie Byrne, and are offering his original commissions and signed limited editions at the gallery.

The Jam: All Mod Cons
Buy All Mod Cons

Graphic novel album commissions

The images above and below show Jamie Byrne’s incredible graphic novel album commissions, in which he takes a favourite LP and represents each of the tracks in graphic novel style. Jamie started this new collection with (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? — an album that needs no introduction to Oasis fans, and followed it with the Sex Pistols classic Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols. His latest commission is All Mod Cons by The Jam and will be followed by Who Built the Moon? by Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.

Once an original is created, Jamie will then make limited editions of ten in a choice of two smaller physical sizes.

If you are looking for something special in a large physical format unique to you, then here’s the good news: Jamie will create a bespoke original commission for you, focusing on your album of choice, made with a 100 x 100 cm/ approx 40 x 40 inch image size (or a smaller size that suits your particular space). Each original commission is signed and numbered 1/1 by Jamie. Original commissions are made on high gloss coated aluminium and framed in a tray frame without glazing. Original commissions take approximately 8 weeks from placing an order.

You can commission your own favourite LP in graphic novel style, or order an existing limited edition, via the links on this page.

Commission a new piece with your choice of LP
Oasis: (What’s The Story) Morning Glory?
Buy a Morning Glory limited edition
The Sex Pistols: Never Mind The Bollocks, Here’s The Sex Pistols
Buy a Never Mind.. limited edition
The Morning Glory 100 x 100cm original commission on the gallery wall, in all its morning , afternoon and evening glory.

Britpop portraits

We also offer Jamie’s Britpop portraits – featuring Liam and Noel, Richard Ashcroft, Ian Brown and Jarvis Cocker – drawn by Jamie in a distinctive graphic novel style and characterised by tight cropping.

Collectors can choose from either a dramatic 35 x 35 inch version on canvas in a distressed wooden frame or a smaller window mounted version with an image measuring 13 x 13 inches in a 20 x 20 inch mount. 

Rock ‘n’ Roll Star
Live Forever
Music is Power
Sorted for Es and Wizz

Examples on show at the gallery

The artwork on display at the gallery – showing the two distinct sizes


Jamie Byrne’s passion stems from British subcultures – Mods, Rockers, Teds, Skinheads, Rudeboys, Punks and Casuals.  His artwork is inspired by these youth cultures and the music that accompanies them. 

Jamie explains: “Musically I’m drawn to many genres, all of which fuel my artwork. I’m driven by how our small Island stands at the forefront of so many critical moments in popular cultural history.”

For the last 10 years Jamie has been working under the pseudonym Jaymokid, creating his own style of artwork that has evolved over time and into bespoke commission pieces. For several years Jamie was the commissioning artist for Ocean Colour Scene, creating two album covers and all of their tour merchandise in that time. He has also created commissions for Lambretta Clothing and merchandise for Horace Panter of the Specials. 

His new body of work which we are launching at the gallery is inspired by graphic novels.