| New TalentWhy did you make this work:
I was commissioned to do the illustrations for this concertina book by the learning department at Tate, after they had seen some of my personal work about museums.
How was the illustration used:
The illustration was given out for free to families and children at the exhibition entrance, and acted as a guide for the show.
How did you make this work:
I did all the individual elements of the illustrations by hand, working in coloured pencil and brush pen. I also used collage materials for the background. Then I scanned them in and compiled all the elements on the computer. The layouts were then adjusted by the designer at Tate.Commissioner Name :
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I'm an illustrator based in London who graduated from the Illustration course at the University of Brighton in Summer 2019. I make work about people, places and culture, working mainly in pencil and brush pen, with a bit of collage and gouache thrown in. I like creating joyful and textural work for both children and adults, and my main inspirations are travel, museums and cooking. I also like baby pigs and Abba.