Hannah Broadway is an Illustrator and designer. She had her first picture book published last year in the US. ‘Dog Day’ is due to come out in Australia later this year and the UK soon too. She is working on new stuff now, and has her fingers firmly crossed that another publisher will like it enough. She has been working with Kilter theatre on an illustrated book that accompanied their show in February as well as designing flyers and publicity for various festivals and events, planting broad beans and mooching about!
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I am an illustrator working mostly these days on architectural subjects. Using the mediums of pen and ink, watercolour and photography, I am trying to document both the local environment in BS3 as well other more well known areas of the city.
Narrative drawings and self-published Browner-Knowle zine.
Lucie Sheridan works as a illustrator and screen printer working from her joint studio in the centre of Bristol, SNAP. This year you can see the SNAP gang in the garden live printing!
Lucie graduated from U.W.E in 2003 and has been racking up a successful client list including The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Waterstones and Penguin Books.
She will be selling hand printed cards, Bags, notelets and limited edition prints.
Her work is very colourful often depicting an amusing slant.
Dave Bain creates illustrations and currently resides in south Bristol.
He works in a number of ways, from a naive painting style to mixed media techniques. His work is highly commended by the Macmillan Children's Prize and as well as being selected for various illustration annuals, his pictures are also used as examples in the book, 'Illustration - A Theoretical & Contextual Perspective' written by Alan Male (AVA Academia - 2007). Clients he has illustrated for include Nokia, the NSPCC, Shirted Ape, Advice To Sink In Slowly and Harcourt Press.