Helen Driver is a London-based graphic designer who combines her interests in early advertising and illustration with contemporary design practices. 

With a background in curating, journalism, photography and illustration, Helen has worked in publishing and book design & production, as well as a prop maker and graphic artist for television productions and a gallery manager and curator for West End galleries.

With a Robert Opie approach to researching and collecting unusual objects and ephemera, Helen is interested in the evolution of packaging design and social changes, which has proven invaluable when researching and creating material for television productions.

Helen also designs and makes quirky creatures called Moggles which she sells through The Pollock Toy Museum, at art fairs and on this website.