| ProfessionalWhy did you make this work:
Along The Pier is the follow up to my first book Up My Street. it’s a long 10 panel concertina book that stretches out to 1.35 metres long to display a row of shops. Celebrating the uniqueness of the British seaside, I was inspired by real shop fronts from around the northern coastlines of the UK and lovingly paid homage to them in this colourful book. Lithographed in 3 pure spot Pantones.
How was the illustration used:
The illustrations are for a concertina book that unfolds out to 1.35 metres long.
How did you make this work:
I used a mixture of paper cuts, collage, pencil line to make each initial composition. I then scanned in these elements and used Photoshop to compile them and make each image, adding more colours and textures. It was then converted into 3 pure Pantones and printed by offset lithography to create the unique bold colour palette.
Glasgow School of Art
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Louise Lockhart is an illustrator living in an old mill in a small town in England. She spends her days creating designs from little paper cut outs and line drawings, dreaming up worlds where men still wear suits and hats. As well as working as a freelance illustrator, Louise also applies her illustrations to products for you and your home, which she sells in her online shop The Printed Peanut.