It’s been a busy summer in the city! I had a great time at the House of Illustration Summer Fair back in June. I had previously shared a stall at the HOI Christmas Fair back in 2015, and this was my first fair since then, and also my first time going solo.
I’ve been living in London for over 8 years now and have wanted to visit The Museum of Brands, Packaging & Advertising since I first moved to the city. I finally carved out some time recently to visit and decided to take a little mid-week holiday and get myself down to Ladbroke Grove.
Woh, it’s been a busy couple of months. With lots of great work on I can’t complain though. I took part in the Illustrators Christmas Fair last weekend, organised by House of Illustration. There were lots of talented illustrators there, selling their illustrated wares. I mainly sold a selection of Christmas cards and other greetings/postcards. […]
I visited the World Illustration Awards Exhibition at Somerset House this weekend, in association with the AOI.
I always enjoy visiting Somerset House for an exhibition, the exhibitions are consistently great and it’s a pleasure to visit the venue alone (and the gift shop…and the many different eateries aren’t too shabby either!)
All the work was beautiful and to an amazing standard, but these are a few of the main ones that caught my eye…
The latest exhibition to land at The House of Illustration is Ladybird by Design, an exhibition that features over 120 of the original illustrations from the Ladybird titles, and celebrates 100 years of Ladybird books.
I recently took a visit to The Serpentine Pavilion in Londons’ Kensington Gardens to see this years summer installation. The installation is a creation by architect duo selgascano who have worked on many projects in their native country of Spain, but currently have several international projects in the making, The Serpentine Pavilion being the most recent instalment.