Nick Ellwood

Nick Ellwood / Illustrator
  1. 5 pocket sized illustrated booklets

    Forming part of a new range of illustrated merchandising for the Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich Museums. Celebrating some of the quirkier and lesser known hidden stories from 600 years of history! The range of mini booklets were first launched in October 2019 as part of the Big Draw 2019, running alongside a series of children’s drawing workshops!

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  2. Nationalisation – 70yrs on

    Illustrations working as an installation for the National Coal Mining and a year long exhibition, looking at the impact of Nationalisation on the coal mining industry ‘For The People By The People’.

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  3. Calais

    A series of reportage drawings made on location in Calais 2015 exploring questions on migration, funded by Arts Council England. Currently exhibiting as part of the Pitt Rivers Museum exhibition ‘LANDE’ in Oxford, looking specifically at objects from the camps from Calais and across northern France.

    Previous exhibitions include The House of Illustration’s ‘Journeys Drawn’. A group show of reportage artists and illustrators working within the migration crisis today.

    The drawings have also featured in the Guardian and on the South East BBC News.

    They will be being exhibited in Falkirk, Scotland in 2020

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  4. The Mystery of the Missing Jewels!

    Awarded the Frances Garnham Award for innovation in education by the Historic Houses Association.

    A new series of drawings and characters for the Georgian Town House Fairfax House Museum, York. Designed for children aged 8-12 to join ‘Gregory the Townhouse Mouse’ on a Quest in the museum and to help reveal the culprit and decide their fate!

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  5. Why we love to hate Martin Amis

    The Guardian Review

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