ArtDog is very pleased to present commissioned drawings by illustrator David Hughes.
These are available exclusively from ArtDog London, available online and from The Company Store at Maverick Festival this July 5-7th in Easton Suffolk. Please visit their website for more information on the Festival maverickfestival.co.uk.
David Hughes, born in Twickenham (in 1952 - ') he describes himself as "a graphic designer who happens to illustrate." He studied at Twickenham Technical College in the early 1970s. Towards the very end of his course, he discovering an interest in etching and produced "a small series of etchings based on a piece of jazz by Charlie Parker." After leaving college, he produced his first commissions for The Daily Express's cookery page, but became frustrated and disillusioned by the lack of creativity involved. A lack of "sympathetic advice" saw him abandon drawing for "a year or so," to become a postman. During this time (mid-1970s), he was re-inspired by a Post Office colleague to take up life drawing again, and eventually became aware (through the work of "amongst others, Ian Pollock, Russell Mills and Chloe Cheese") that there was a market for his talents. David lives and works in Suffolk.
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