Butcher’s Park (6)

Butcher’s Park was created by applying large packing labels to a promotional pamphlet from the e-learning company Epic (who have since re-branded as Leo)

When I initially started work on it, I’d intended to create illustrations for a fairytale, which centered around a kingdom set on top of a mountain, that kingdom’s relationship with its national emblem, and how a princess fell in love with a bird. Some of that was lost as I progressed, and got increasingly carried away, but if you look for them certain elements can still be found — for instance the mountain in the foreground of the right-hand page in Spread 2.

It was named Butcher’s Park because most of the drawing was done whilst I was sat in the park across the road from Smithfield’s Meat Market.

Cover, and Back Cover
Cover, and Back Cover
Spread 1
Spread 1
Spread 2
Spread 2
Spread 3
Spread 3
Spread 4
Spread 4
Spread 5
Spread 5

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