Royal College of Art (Illustration / 2014)
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Latest artwork - View all by this artist
Partridge in a Pear TreeSize(HxWxD):42x29.7x0.1cm£85.00
Into the DeepSize(HxWxD):42x29.7x0.5cm£85.00
So Many LegsSize(HxWxD):21x29.7x0.1cm£55.00
The Beach HutsSize(HxWxD):29x42x0.5cm£85.00
Tree of HeartsSize(HxWxD):42x29x0.5cm£85.00
Ship to SeaSize(HxWxD):29x42x0.5cm£85.00
Carrie May is an Illustrator and Artist best known for her bold and textured creations. She studied Illustration at the University of Brighton and later at the Royal College of Art, London. She has since produced Illustrations for book jacket design, contemporary stationery, greetings cards and also for editorial features and advertising. Colour and texture feature consistently throughout her work adding charm, depth and character to all manner of subjects.
Her clients include, American Express, Waitrose. Random House, BBC Radio Times, Quercus, John Murrays, Selvedge Magazine, The Guardian, Avon, Strutt & Parker, Hodder & Stoughton, Hachette, The Telegraph, Lagom Design, Constable & Robinson, Design Week, Lion Hudson, Orion & Piccadilly Press.