Anny Peng
Mind The Ghost


Un-commissioned | New Talent

Why did you make this work:
The brief was asked us to communicate the identity of London in a visual way. The first thing that came into my mind was the London Tube, which was not only an important public transport way but also a classic cultural symbol. Also, because of its long history, many mysterious stories happened in these ancient tube stations.

How was the illustration used:
My idea is to illustrate these mysterious ghost stories to arouse people's curiosity. These illustrations can be used on tube billboards. There are often some haunted tours like the London tube ghost tour, so these illustrations could also be used for publicity of these activities. People will not be afraid; instead, they might be attracted because of the color and style.

How did you make this work:
I did a lot of research about different stations and explored the histories. All the illustrations are developed from real stories. I used both silkscreen and risograph to print them. I selected these Riso work to submit because I fond of the color and the texture. Due to the inaccuracy of color position, the printed works bring unexpected surprises.

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Central Saint Martins
Graphic Communication Design

Currently Based:
Currently I based in UK

Anny Peng comes from China, now she studies in Central Saint Martin as a graphic communication design student. She likes to observe every little things around her and explore new things. She is good at using humor to show her idea through illustrations. Bold shapes, playful use of color and unique composition are the characteristics of her illustration.