Dave Little’s wide range of illustrative and graphic styles has been well recognised throughout the last 3 decades. He has designed arresting and divergent flyers and album covers that provided the backdrop to the nascent Acid House scene in the late 80s and beyond –
Working with Paul Oakenfold to create the mystical Balearic Beats Eye focal point for the seminal Balearic Beats, Volume 1 masterpiece. This sits as a permanent record in London’s V&A Museum.
His designs are now considered classics and visually represent an era that broke the mould while he was at the start, and centre of this musical storm.
In the 1990s, Dave teamed up with the great Japanese fashion innovator Michiko Koschino, to create the ‘ahead of its time’ streetwear ranges: Pucka Clobber, Golf King and the modern superbike clothing range Motor King.
He now founders Rockers Delight, a clothing brand that marries tough leather and drill classics with strong graphic illustrations. Everyday capsule collections for men who live lives worth talking about. He does this through the careful construction of classic styles with uncommon details and using durable fabrics.
Rocker’s calls this “second-look tailoring”, when you appreciate the backstory, you lean in and take a closer look.
After 35 years immersed in his art and design, he still collaborates and creates to this day.