Invite illustration by NICOLE COWAN
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We’re delighted to announce that we’ll be returning to The Poetry Cafe for our annual exhibition. ‘Beginnings and Endings’ features work by students and staff from the Illustration BA inspired by literature’s greatest opening and closing lines. The exhibition runs from February 8th- March 12th; we hope you can join us!
(clockwise from top left- JAMIE PRYOR, CHARLIE JOHNSTON, CHLOE SMITH, SHAZLEEN KAHN, WIKTORIA RADKIEWICZ, KATE SIMPSON)
Graduate DANIEL DUNCAN has been commissioned by AQUILA children’s magazine to create a series of illustrations for their recent serialised short story ‘The Fairy Godmother’s Apprentice by Angela Shepherd. Dan’s work appears in the two latest issues- see the full images below;
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Graduate ALEX MOORE was recently commissioned by Wired Magazine to illustrate an editorial exploring how wearable tecnology can be used to to help people take their healthcare into their own hands. You can see the piece below:
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For the past two years illustrator and comic book artist James Harvey has been co-ordinating BARTKIA, a crowd sourced art project in which hundreds of artists from all over the world are collaborating to recreate all six volumes of Akira, replacing all the characters with the cast of the Simpsons. Graduate MICHAEL O’BRIAN has created the cover for the new printed edition of the project which you can see below:
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Earlier this year graduate FRED CAMPELL was commissioned by World of Interiors Magazine to illustrate the editorial peice ‘Journal of a House Detective’. The article explored the surprising history of a costal house used as a base by smugglers.
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