Stephen Daly (b. 1972) is a comics artist, political cartoonist and film production artist. Born in Dublin, he spend some of his childhood in the USA before returning to Ireland in the 1980s. He studied Design and Communications at Dún Laoghaire Art Design & Technology Institute, and went into set design and art direction. He has worked as a production designer, art director and storyboard artist on numerous films, including The Count of Monte Cristo, The Life and Death of Peter Sellers, Ella Enchanted, Breakfast on Pluto, The Medallion and The Tailor of Panama.
He draws a regular cartoon, "Phlogiston", for the London newspaper The Frontline, and his political cartoons have appeared in the Sunday Tribune in Dublin. He is the artist on the forthcoming graphic novel Róisín Dubh, written by Rob Curley and Maura McHugh, to be published by Atomic Diner in 2010.