AN ILLUSTRATOR from Solva has captured some of Pembrokeshire's most iconic views in a new series of posters.

Focusing on the key features of the landscape, 24-year-old Connor Stephen has produced a series of five images that he feels sum up the county's unique beauty.

The striking series includes Porthgain harbour, St David's Cathedral, and Solva Harbour.

Connor, who now lives in London, and works as an art director for advertising agency Karmarama, said: "I don’t get to go home very often.

"But coming from somewhere like Pembrokeshire, you don’t realise how beautiful a place it is until you’ve moved.

"We’re used to seeing a lot of watercolour and oil paintings but when looking at photos of the coastline I thought they would look great as minimal vector illustrations.

"That was it - I showed some friends and they thought I should sell some, so I’m now starting a summer series and stocking a shop!"

Connor first learned his craft studying design at Pembrokeshire College, where he was commissioned by an author to illustrate his first book.

These days, he works with brands as varied as Babybel, Costa, BBC, Uniqlo, Plusnet and The Design Museum.

To see and buy his work, visit