Aidan Hughes was born on Merseyside, England, and was formally trained by his father. His influences include: Golden Age comic artists Jack Kirby, Steve Ditko and Jim Steranko; Russian Constructivism; the Italian Dynamo Futurista and the work of woodcut artists Frans Masereel and Lynd Ward.
Hughes began publishing his own comics before embarking on a commercial career, producing illustration and storyboards for clients such as Warner Bros., the BBC and The London Evening Standard. In the 80's he began a long-term collaboration with industrial band KMFDM, created BRUTE! pulp magazine and worked extensively in radio, TV and the media.
Hughes' other work includes: graphic design, short film making, computer games and animation.
Official Wikipedia entry: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aidan_Hughes