Book Covers – Lucy Loves This
Lucy has been designing books and book covers for over 10 years. Please get in touch if you have a project you would like to discuss. Lucy@lucylovesthis.co.uk Publishing Clients include: BBC Books, Constable and Robinson, Ebury publishing, Harper Collins, Hodder, Little Brown, Michael O Mara, One World, Orion, Penguin
phonebox (containing phone) and clocktower (containing big ben) with a routemaster, well there's some typical run-of-the-mill londres for you. known as the "mother of parliaments". Some smartarse on the tour bus once questioned me on this (mid-flow), asking, "mother of parliaments? what about the icelandic althing?" "That's the father of parliaments," i replied in a flash. "But we always know who our mother is."
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Kemistry works up London Evening Standard TV brand | Design Week
Kemistry is developing the branding for London Live, a TV channel operated by the London Evening Standard which is set to launch next year.
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Colorful City Silhouette Prints by Yoni Alter (Colossal)
London-based designer Yoni Alter has a huge line of colorful prints featuring overlaid silhouettes (to scale) of every major landmark found in different cities. There’s too many places to list here, b
Tyler Burke's Collaged Cityscapes!
Tyler Burke is a popular artist used by my students as a source of inspiration so today I am sharing his work with you to! Unfortunately I am unable to find any biographical information about this talented artist but to be honest I feel his works certainly speaks for itself. I love the accurate and realistic detail captured in Tyler's prints that are reproduced onto canvases. Renowned and famous features are creatively collaged and merged together to beautifully represent cities from around…
Strangers on the shore The British have been building boats for millennia, and sailing them, and wearing them out. When boats are no longer sea-worthy, they end up on the shore, getting recycled in interesting ways. Benjamin Britten’s Peter Grimes lived in a hut made of an upturned boat, like the fishermen’s huts of Lindisfarne. Masts become maypoles. Figureheads are made into garden ornaments. Countless wood-framed houses are said to be built of ‘old ship’s timbers’. As the salmon-fishers…