The Tree House Press is the Alias of British illustrator Marc Aspinall. His digital paintings combine the tactile freedom and efficiency of those illustrators from the ’50s and ’60s who colored the pages of publications such as The New Yorker, Playboy, and Reader’s Digest with his own distinct visual ideals and values. Also Marc Aspinall’s work appeals to the sophisticate, the gentleman in us all. His art lets us feel far more intelligent than we may actually be. Illustrator of charming, sophisticated lifestyle and concept driven work; with a clear nod to the styling of the mid-century ‘golden era’ of illustration and design, he does what the job ‘illustrator‘ requires and illustrates, perfectly, the mood and story of the words his art accompanies.