Nick Ellwood

Nick Ellwood / Illustrator
  1. Sketches from an evening with Michael Rosen

    Organised by the Migration Museum Project during the exhibition ‘Call me by my Name…’ Michael Rosen chaired an evening called Poetry of Migration with Jackie Kay (current Makar), Ruth Padel and guest readers. Below are sketches from the evening currently being developed into a set of illustrations to record the night.

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  2. Call me by my Name: Stories from Calais and beyond

    Exhibiting drawings from the Calais refugee camps as part of the group show ‘Call me by my Name: Stories from Calais and beyond’. Organised by the Migration Museum Project to explore the complexity and humanity behind the current migration crisis. Showing at the Londonewcastle Project Space, 28 Redchurch Street, London, from 2nd June – 22nd June 2016

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  3. Bill Nighy
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    A huge THANK YOU!! to the brilliant Tom, Dick & Harry Studio… For all the help and fantastic design as part of my exhibition at the London Illustration Fair. Looking forward to sharing more soon…

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  5. OverWorlds&UnderWorlds, Leeds

    Working as creative lead for the digital and design collective Breakfast Creatives I worked in close collaboration with the artists and film makers the Quay Brothers and Leeds Canvas on this truely unique project. is a digital artwork and response to Yorkshire’s flagship Arts event for the Cultural Olympiad 2012. Commissioned by a new digital platform and partnership between the BBC and Arts Council England to promote groundbreaking new artwork for a digital audience and to help archive four days which literally turned Leeds city centre upside down.

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  6. #Nationalisation – 70yrs on

    Art Direction and illustration for ‘For The People By The People’ – The 2017 exhibition at the National Coal Mining Museum telling the story and looking at the affects of Nationalisation 70 years on. Working in collaboration with Archipelago and Pure Design.

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