Using pencils, pens, brushes, ink, straws and cocktail sticks, John has created an inky illustration for the Museum of London's next major exhibition.
A couple of months ago we were asked to work on publicity materials for the Museum of London's next major exhibition: Dickens and London.
As we usually do, we worked closely with our clients to create a number of sketched ideas for the project. The brief was to show the conection between Dickens's imagination and the real-life characters he observed on his walking trips around the streets of London.
We were delighted when our client selected this illustration route because it meant that John could have some fun and make a mess.
We've already applied the finished illustration to a publicity leaflet; it'll also feature on a tube campaign, press ads and merchandise.
It was great fun, playing with ink and literally getting my hands dirty. I can't wait to see the huge posters on the London Underground.
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