During the London Design Festival, GraphicBirdWatching is hosting an exclusive graphic design walk through East London’s graphic design studios, celebrating the work and practices of London’s female designers. On the 23rd of September several studios of acclaimed designers working in the fields of typography, print-making, illustration, photography and film-making will open their doors, allowing a unique insight into their working environments and practices.
I fortunately got the chance to contribute to this event through my internship at Studio April, and designed the map. So if you happen to be in London on the 23rd, this is something you shouldn’t miss!
So I received an email a few weeks back announcing that my work was published in the FRESH cutting edge Illustration series, Volume 1 - Object. It was supposed to be the wolf-mask, but as I looked through the book and got to my page I saw that they’d mixed up the picture of my work with another one… At least they got my name right in the Index.
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