7 Bird Forms Sketchbook | George Butler Great pen & wash study

George Butler - the globe-trotting illustrator with an eye for current affairs. Artists And Illustrators magazine.

George Butler Reportage Illustrator Bording train

Illustrator George Butler travelled to the border of Greece and Serbia, where thousands of refugees wait to be processed in makeshift camps.

http://www.itsnicethat.com/articles/george-butler-syria documenting of the crisis in Syria by illustrator George Butler

Poignant, powerful documenting of the crisis in Syria by illustrator George Butler

George Butler Reportage Illustration

George Butler’s drawings tell stories of everyday lives spent in extraordinary circumstances. The reportage illustrator’s drawn-from-life subjects range from British soldiers in Afghanistan to refugees in Lebanon and patients at…

Back in 2010 illustrator George Butler traveled 21000 km overland, all the way from London to Libreville, Gabon, Africa. The journey took over 7 months to complete passing through 10 countries. Whilst on this epic adventure George documented his experiences though his illustrations

Drawn to Africa

Journey Map - Drawn to Africa - George Butler illustrations

'We want to live a decent, simple life'​ – refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler

'We want to live a decent, simple life'​ – refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler

Illustrator George Butler travelled to the border of Greece and Serbia, where thousands of refugees wait to be processed in makeshift camps.

Refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler

'We want to live a decent, simple life'​ – refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler

George Butler drawing.

"My work is based entirely on travelling, reportage and the location drawing.

George Butler Reportage Illustrator - Backgammon

George Butler Reportage Illustrator - Backgammon

George Butler Serbia

'We want to live a decent, simple life'​ – refugee camps ​as seen by illustrator George Butler

Illustrator George Butler travelled to the border of Greece and Serbia, where thousands of refugees wait to be processed in makeshift camps. His paintings tell the stories of the people he met.

A scene from a teacher training class captured by George Butler

Artist's sketches which show the other side of Afghanistan revealed in new exhibition at IWM North

Portraits of Afghanistan: George Butler's reportage portraits go on display - Manchester Evening News

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