“I envisaged a children’s room, fantastical yet practical with a strong London identity, using the iconic buildings as a basis and inspiration for the shapes and structure of the interior of the room. A colourful montage of London perfect for a child to use their imagination to create a story of their own every day. The room, using a combination of balsa wood, ply and foamex, along with printed and stitched textiles, complements my intricate and delicate style.”
Nancy Edwards, an illustrator, takes inspiration from her surroundings and often responds to the environment around her, making the city her main stimulus. She uses a combination of hand drawn techniques as well as digital processing to complete her illustrations.