Nick Ellwood

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Nick Ellwood / Illustrator

About

Celebrating and recording people, ideas, actions, time and place through drawing and illustration.

I work as a reportage artist and as an illustrator creating work for publishing, editorials, museums & heritage, children’s illustration and design & advertising. For further information and for all enquiries please contact me on 07802 726635

or email me at hello@nickellwood.co.uk

 

 

 

  1. Clients
  2. – The Arts Council
  3. – English Heritage
  4. – The Guardian
  5. – Greenwich Museums
  6. – BBC
  7. – Bivoauc Design
  8. – Random House Publishing
  9. – Ministry of Sound
  10. – Hachette Books
  11. – Glenlivet
  12. – The Big Issue
  13. – Belgo Restaurants
  14. – Haymarket Publishing
  15. – Metro
  16. – Channel 4
  17. – Freedom Studios
  18. – Migration Museum
  19. – Subcontinent Publishing
  20. – Bloodaxe Publishing
  21. – Thames TV
  22. – York Art Gallery
  23. – West Yorkshire Playhouse
  24. – Breakfast Creatives
  25. – The Flanagan Collective
  26. – Hong Kong Tatler
  27. – PS London
  28. – University of West London
  29. – Leach Inspire
  30. – Harvard Business Review
  31. – Pen Museum
  32. – Global Blue - SHOP
  33. – Museums Trust
  34. – Colne Valley Museum
  35. – Fairfax House Museum
  36. – Bar Convent Museum, York
  37. – Management Today
  38. – Warner Brothers
  39. – The Mirror Group
  40. – National Coal Mining Museum
  1. Events & Exhibitions
  2. Journeys Drawn: Illustrations from the Refugee Crisis

    The House of Illustration, Nov 2018 – March 2019.

    An exhibition telling refugee stories, both observed and experienced first-hand.

  3. The Sea is the Limit

    York Art Gallery, May 2018 – Sept 2018.

    A group show of international artists exploring migration and the concept of borders for York Art Gallery’s summer exhibition.

  4. No Turning Back

    The Migration Museum London, SE1 7AG Sept 2017 – Feb 2018.

    An installation looking at the history and impact of the East India Company – One of seven key migration moments that changed Britain, from the year 1200 to the present day.

  5. For The People By The People

    The National Coal Mining Museum April – Dec 2017.

     

    A series of drawings and an installation exploring Nationalisation 70 years on. National Coal Mining Museum, Caphouse Colliery, New Road, Overton, Wakefield. WF4 4RH.

  6. Where Do We Go From Here?

    The London Illustration Fair, Feature artist 2016

    Invited to  exhibit a large scale installation  my drawings from the Calais refugee camps, 1st-4th Dec at The Bargehouse Gallery, OXO Tower Wharf, South Bank, London SE1 9PH

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

    The Londonewcastle gallery, Shoreditch London, June 2016

    Exhibiting my drawings from Calais as part of a group show with the Migration Museum

  8. York Art Gallery

    Permanent collection

    Children’s Art Trail and illustrated panels on permanent display

  9. OverWorlds&UnderWorlds

    Leeds city centre/ The Cultural Olympiad 2012

     

    Digital and site specific installations/ illustrations for Yorkshire’s flagship arts project for the 2012 Cultural Olympiad and for thespace.org

  10. Thames TV group travel exhibition

    A View into Budapest

    TUC building, London WC1

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