Magda Archer trained at Ravensbourne College of Art, Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art before embarking on a series of group exhibitions. In 1996 she produced artwork for The Beatles Anthology in partnership with Peter Quinnell.
Moving on to be the co-writer and illustrator for the Harry Hill Fun Book, some of the artwork produced for the book appeared in Peter Blake's About Collage at the Liverpool Tate in 2000. She participated in group shows across the UK and has also written and illustrated a children’s book, Watch Out Arthur! published by esteemed publishing house, Harper Collins. In 2010, her next book, What The Stars Buy where art meets comedy, was published by POLITE. In 2011 Magda had her first solo show, 'Crazy Mad' at the Cornerhouse, Manchester. And then in 2012 Magda's paintings were used by Comme des Garcons for their spring/summer Shirt Campaign. She now sells her limited edition prints very successfully.