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Fairytales and Felines – An exhibition of illustration by Ella Goodwin

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An exhibition at Cherryleaf Coffee House in the heart of Norwich. Showing my most recent work including new work inspired by local East Anglian folk lore and whimsical felines.

The exhibition runs from the 2nd to 31st March so plenty of time to come in drink coffee, eat cake and admire the pretties. Sundries will also be on sale.

External Link: Fairytales and Felines – An exhibition of illustration by Ella Goodwin at Cherryleaf Coffee House

The Cheltenham Illustration Awards 2015

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Call for entries for the 9th CIA. Successful applications will be in the hardback annual produced in the Autumn of 2015 and most will also feature in the Wilson Gallery exhibition at the same time.

Every entry successful into the annual gets a copy. The annual is also sent out to education institutions, publishing houses and art directors.

Have your work displayed along side special invited illustrations. Last years invited illustrators were Shaun Tan, Simone Lia, Lara Hawthorne and Katherina Manolessou.

External Link: The Cheltenham Illustration Awards 2015 at The Wilson Gallery, Cheltenham

Portrait of Julian Radcliffe, Founder of the Art Loss Register, by Travis Simpkins

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Recently, artist Travis Simpkins created a portrait sketch of Julian Radcliffe, Founder of the Art Loss Register. Posted to Art Crime Illustrated. Based in London, the ALR is the world’s largest private database of lost and stolen art, antiques and collectables. Dealers, collectors and law enforcement all turn to the Art Loss Register to report art theft, and when concerned with provenance matters in the sale of fine art. The ALR grew out of the database of the International Foundation for Art Research (IFAR), begun in 1976 and expanded by the ALR in 1991, and has been directly responsible for the recovery of more than $320 Million worth of stolen art.

External Link: Portrait of Julian Radcliffe, Founder of the Art Loss Register, by Travis Simpkins

The Dog Bites, by Kit Palmer – Book Cover Design by Peter Fasolino

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A commissioned book cover I designed and illustrated for a Police Detective in Sydney, Australia who wrote his memoirs using a pseudonym – Kit Palmer. The author imagines Kit as Dick Tracy with a Charles Bukowski outlook with rude wit, a lively sense of the grotesque, a disgust for sham, and a contempt for pettiness. One of his interrogation techniques noted in his memoirs was using a wet mop he found in a urinal as a persuasive informative tool for confessions as well as giving the perpetrator a free shampoo rinse and facial.

Atlanta Rollergirls 2015 Season Opener

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I am the designer for the 2015 Atlanta Rollergirls season posters. This is the first poster in a series of eight. This year we are going for a fresh style to match our slogan, “What Goes Around Comes Around”.

Be sure to check us out! If you are in the Atlanta area, stop by one of our home bouts for a guaranteed fun time.

External Link: Atlanta Rollergirls 2015 Season Opener