Illustration: 2024 calendar for Canterbury and District Foodbank
Illustration: fake tattoo greetings cards by Broadbase
Illustration: Greengrocer book, drawings by Andrew Barrass
Illustration of Tunnocks teacake and wafer by Andrew @Broadbase
Literary Lives illustration by Avril @Broadbase
Illustration: Greengrocer book, drawings by Andrew Barrass
Illustration: pastel studies of vegetables by Andrew Barrass
Illustration: Drawing of Windy Corner Cafe, Whitstable, by Andrew Barrass
Line illustration for Jasper Morrison bathroom advert

Whether its art, illustration or a pattern we both love the opportunity to hone our drawing skills. There is nothing like putting pen to paper.

Andrew exhibits his beautiful pastel drawings with art collective Made in Whitstable. His work includes a variety of fruit and vegetables from his Greengrocer series which he has produced as a book. We also feature two of everyone’s favourite Tunnock’s wrapped biscuits which he has exquisitely rendered in pencil crayon. We used recent drawings of Whitstable’s most iconic buildings to illustrate a calendar in aid of the Canterbury Foodbank. His existing drawings were supplemented with new illustrations of landmarks in Canterbury and it’s surrounding villages. We donated our design and use of the illustrations and even helped to sell the calendar in order to support this important charity.

Avril’s illustration includes a series of tattoo designs for our temporary tattoo greetings cards. She also illustrated a series of book covers for  Thames and Hudson’s Literary Lives series. Shown here are images created for Ernest Hemingway and James Joyce covers using a hand-cut layered tissue paper technique.

You can see more of Andrew’s art on our artsux website where you can buy fine art giclee prints and tattoo greetings cards.