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I'm an animator and illustrator. This is some of my work and some things I like. You can see my work at http://www.lesleybarnes.co.uk

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design-is-fine:

Signage - House Numbers, 1920. Plywood. Unknown designer. social democratic city council for public housing, Germany. Via Wolfsonian

design-is-fine:

Signage - House Numbers, 1920. Plywood. Unknown designer. social democratic city council for public housing, Germany. Via Wolfsonian


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Patrick Hughes, Gerund 2008. And details. © Patrick Hughes, Flowers Gallery, London.

Patrick Hughes invented reverspective or reverse perspective in 1964. These three-dimensional paintings offer a special impression of depth and movement, when you shift view and perspective.

my @Secret7s  for @RSDUK …did you get it???! I chose to illustrate the cover for the track ‘Get It On’ by T-Rex 

my   for  …did you get it???! I chose to illustrate the cover for the track ‘Get It On’ by T-Rex 

GOLDEN UNICORN PRINTING WORKSHOP with me! on 29th April at @PickMeUpLondon as part of @Handsome_Frank 

GOLDEN UNICORN PRINTING WORKSHOP with me! on 29th April at @PickMeUpLondon as part of  

fashionaryhand:

Fashionary X V&A X Lesley Barnes

Fashionary collaborate with V&A museum in London and illustrator, Lesley Barnes to create a fashion sketchbook to celebrate the exhibition titled “The Glamour of Italian Fashion 1945-2014” during 5 April - 27 July 2014.

UK Artist Lesley Barnes created a ‘concertina’ illustration inspired by Italian fashion from the 1850s, the end of the Second World War, to the present day. This was to compliment their exhibition ‘The Glamour of Italian Fashion’ with the story is explored through the key individuals and organisations that have contributed to Italy’s reputation for quality and style.

The illustrations have been used on a whole host of gift products and the Fashionary sketchbook was a key piece in the collection and we decided to use the bold optical 1960s designs for its cover. This illustration was initially inspired not only by the optical mono prints of the 1960s but also by the uniforms that Pucci created for Baniff airlines (including the famous ‘bubble’ helmet). For the Fashionary cover we decided to simplify this design so it was really graphic and eye catching and that’s how we came to the final cover - two colours and optical patterns! 

This special fashionary in womens edition is created exclusively for V&A and it can be purchased now at the V&A shops in London. For more information, please visit Victoria & Albert Museum, London.

teepeemagazine:

A bit ridiculously excited about sharing our FIRST cover with you.
Illustrated by the amazing Matthew the Horse.

teepeemagazine:

A bit ridiculously excited about sharing our FIRST cover with you.


Illustrated by the amazing Matthew the Horse.


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ben-newman-illustration:

More playing….©Ben Newman 2014

ben-newman-illustration:

More playing….
©Ben Newman 2014


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design-is-fine:

Paul Rand, artwork for summer poster, 1960. Via Cooper Hewitt

design-is-fine:

Paul Rand, artwork for summer poster, 1960. Via Cooper Hewitt


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