Lucille Clerc : The Secret Garden - Victoria And Albert Museum

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Commissioned | Professional

Why did you make this work:
Inspired by the collections at the VA Museum, I have imagined the life of the museum in the quiet hours of the night. In this very detailed narrative illustration, all kinds of living creatures, botanical and mythological, come to life, transforming the museum into a fantastical secret garden. This started as a personal project and the illustration is now sold as a print in the museum's shop.

How was the illustration used:
A limited edition print celebrating the collections of the Museum

How did you make this work:
All elements have been drawn in pencil on paper at a very large scale and then assembled digitally

Commissioner Company :
Victoria And Albert Museum

Social Media:
twitter.com/LucilleClerc
facebook.com/lucilleclercgraphicdesign
instagram.com/lucille_clerc

Personal Website:
lucilleclerc.com/

College:
Central Saint Martins
Course:
MA Communication Design
Year of Graduation:
2008


Currently Based:
London

Biography:
French illustrator Lucille Clerc set up her studio in East London after graduating from Central Saint Martins with an MA in Communication Design. Her work takes inspiration from London’s architecture and the relationship between nature and urbanisation.

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