“I see the River Thames as a natural and beautiful way to open London to a wide horizon of foreign cultures and to inspire whoever experience it. Knowing how the London transport system works, oysters definitely have a role to play here.”
This is how I described my involvement in this year’s AOI/TFL/SERCO illustration competition for which I’ve just submitted the piece above. It’s about The River Thames (not just oysters).
Continue reading The River Thames Competition: Oyster Cart…
Back in April I submitted my first entry for an illustration competition: London Cloud Ride for the Cycling in London Competition.
Yesterday I delivered the pictured framed artwork to the Association of illustrators as it will be part of the Cycling in London exhibition at the London Transport Museum from the 5th of July to the 22nd of August 2010.
It was unexpected and it feels just amazing to have a first professional recognition about my illustration work as well as serving a sustainable cause.
Again, Thank you.
London wouldn’t exist without clouds, so rather than complaining let’s make them happier and healthier by pushing cycling as the best way to get around the city.
This is my entry for the AOI Cycling in London competition, and also my first entry to an illustration competition. I’m excited and I will be even more if I talk again about this in the next few months! Wait, hope, see and let’s go outside as today London’s clouds are off!
Continue reading London Cloud Ride…