PYKY Studio is Stephen Moynihan, a graphic artist
& illustrator based in Brighton, UK.

In the early days – at the start of the millenium – the focus of PYKY Studio was fashion, design and printed streetwear, but it’s direction and output has moved towards a far more varied portfolio, driven by narratives, messages and meaning.

“I’m currently working with broad visual interpretations based around Positivity. These ideas touch on phrases and terms we all think about on a daily basis when we experience doubt or inspiration – “Peaks and Troughs” – the times when the voices in our heads remind us either to “Stay Up”, “Build Our Skills”, “Get Busy” etc, etc… Sometimes I use characters in my work to portray these messages: a current character “Pete” is helping me to narrate some of my more complex themes and ideas.”

If you would like to chat / hire / collabotae then I’d love to hear from you! 


Save The Children

In a recent project we created a mini campaign to raise funds for #childrenofaleppo with ‘Save The Children’

We designed 3 T shirt designs with the theme of ‘Positivity’ - The designs were advertised on social media where they were lauched and sold online -

All profits were donated to STC.

The studio has 2 projects currently on the go! ...

Build Your Skills

This is a print exhibition with a new art gallery in Brighton UK / Conclave

Working with L&S Printing we’ve created 6 limited edition prints based around the theme of ‘Yin & Yang.’

Studio profits go to ‘Mind’ Mental Health Charity.

Lets All Go Mad Together

Also developing a bunch of short narratives and animations with a some local makers for the Brighton Digital Festival.
These short scripts are explorations into what it mean to be ‘normal’ in todays society.
We take a trip with a loveable character, Pete Briquette, as he trips and bundles his way through all kinds
of everyday suchness. 

The first set of short clips is due to be shown at the Brighton Digital Festival in Oct 2019.