BBC Wildlife Magazine

Here's a lovely new commission from Richard Eccleston at BBC Wildlife, it's in the May edition (available now) and illustrates an article written by Richard Mabey to celebrate the 40th anniversary of  book “Food for Free” exploring how foraging has changed over the years. I really enjoyed drawing all the plants, especially the beech nut and the periwinkle shell!

Today I gave another lecture at the University for the Creative Arts (UCA Farnham Campus). It was a really fun day with a range of speakers talking about their experience working in the creative industries. It was great to meet the other speakers and to find out more about the routes they took to a creative career, the students were great and the lunch was AWESOME!

At the moment I'm really busy working on a VERY exciting new window scheme for The Queen's Jubilee (YIPEEE!) so I'll be back next week with more news about that.

Have a great week x


Jo said...

Wow, this work is beautiful! I love how it spreads the whole page with text laid on top - your images remain the main focus and I love that. Really great illustrations :)

Kerry said...

Thanks Jo, you've cheered up a very rainy day x