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04:30 PM - 17 Jul 19
Engaging and thought-provoking illustrations by @EnyaTodd for NNIP’s latest campaign about sustainable business and… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
01:31 PM - 17 Jul 19
Here’s a quirky animation by MiniTonic for NTTA, advertising their toll tag. Watch Now at: is.gd/rc5TD6twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
10:30 AM - 17 Jul 19
Lauren Mortimer did this Cover art for ‘Are You There God, It’s Me, Margarita!’; the sequel to the award-winning co… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
04:16 AM - 17 Jul 19
02:30 PM - 16 Jul 19
This Summer's 'must-have bag' now for sale in @waitrose stores! Bob Venables illustrated this fun illustration for… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
11:30 AM - 16 Jul 19
How to boost creativity with your Inner Voice? Listen to @ArrestAllMimics new episode with @kevhouse1 who shares hi… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
09:24 AM - 16 Jul 19
‘Around the World’ - Here are some charming children’s book illustrations by Filipino artist Alyssa De Assis for S… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
07:21 AM - 16 Jul 19
@Geminianum @BenTallon @theaoi Thank you 😊
06:46 AM - 16 Jul 19
RT @BenTallon: it's taken a while, but 15/7, my @ArrestAllMimics podcast with @kevhouse1 is out. 'Managing the inner voice' is a must liste…
06:46 AM - 16 Jul 19
RT @DirIllustration: Do you have a favorite bakery? 🥖 #bookillustration #Childrensbook illustration by Nathaniel Eckstrom, represented by…
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06:45 AM - 16 Jul 19
RT @youngearlgrey: It’s #PortfolioDay - or it was yesterday and I missed it, but I am YoungEarlGrey (Rhea), from Sydney and currently livin…
06:43 AM - 16 Jul 19
RT @GreenanDraws: I'm Laura, I like bright, funky colours and have created stuff for advertising, editorial and packaging. Hire me! 🌟Portf…
06:42 AM - 16 Jul 19
RT @mikeleegraham: @Illustrationweb Just submitted my portfolio to you guys and was pleasantly surprised by your 'helpful links' section af…
06:41 AM - 16 Jul 19
RT @GreenanDraws: ⭐️NEW WORK! ⭐️The latest in my F1 designs, this weekend is the British Grand Prix! lauragreenan.com #illustrati…
06:38 AM - 16 Jul 19
@Urban_Country @JustAboutBooks @LaytonNeal @CliveWrites Thank you for letting us know 😊
11:01 AM - 15 Jul 19
This week we feature London based artist, Lauren Mortimer, who uses her outstanding skills with the mechanical penc… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
01:30 PM - 13 Jul 19
@nadiatweets illustrated this beautiful packaging with floral line drawings for a @ClivePerfume perfume range.… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
10:30 AM - 13 Jul 19
MiniTonic take an inspirational trip to @BanburyMuseum to see the visiting show 'The Mechanical Circus.' You can se… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…
01:30 PM - 12 Jul 19
Look out 👀! Our London agents set off for portfolio meetings - Alice Ball sees the Creative Director at Red Giant d… twitter.com/i/web/status/1…

A fresh look at Balham

This wonderful illustrated map is one of a series of London Postcode maps that Claire Rollet has created as part of a personal project.

Claire Rollet is well known for her outstanding architectural illustrations, taking well known landmarks and illustrating them in a fresh and modern fashion. 

This latest series of map illustrations sees her creating London maps with a focus on architecture and history in a fun way, she tells is a bit more about the project,

"The illustration is a map of Balham, part of my London postcode maps (I’m planning to cover the whole city eventually). The focus is on the architectural history of areas.

I love doing the thorough research through the streets looking for architecture that would catch my eye and then digging out the history of the buildings. From grand theatres to terraced houses, I find each architecture styles all equally fascinating since they are the witness of history. Through wars and economic changes architecture adapts to the times and so we find wonders on our streets.

London is particularly eclectic, so I really love producing these maps and I can’t wait to have the whole city done!"

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