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Amy Grimes

IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
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Amy Grimes

IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Amy Grimes is a London based illustrator who graduated from Camberwell College of Art in 2014 with a first in Illustration. Particularly inspired by nature and the natural patterns found there, Amy’s bright and bold illustrations, feature botanical motifs and leafy landscapes. Amy’s work is mainly created digitally, using a variety of hand-painted textures, which are scanned and assembled in Photoshop into digital collages. Since graduating Amy has worked for clients including Quarto, White Lion Publishing, Scribbler, UK Greetings and Papier. As well as working on design and publishing commissions, Amy has also set up an illustrated brand selling prints, pin badges, textiles and stationery under the name of Hello Grimes.
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Work history
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    FounderHello Grimes
    London, United KingdomFull Time
    Hello Grimes sells illustrated prints, pins, textiles and paper supplies. Founded in 2017, by illustrator Amy Grimes, all products are designed and illustrated in South East London. Drawing inspiration from nature and the natural word, all products feature bright and bold illustrated motifs, floral icons and leafy landscapes Please get in touch if you are interested in commissions or collaborations. hellogrimes.com
Skills
  • Photoshop
  • Drawing
  • Digital Illustration
  • Book Illustration
  • Illustration
  • Print Design
  • Editorial Illustration
  • Collage Photoshop
  • Painting Illustration
  • Pattern Design
Awards
    Penguin Design AwardsPenguin Random House UK
    Shortlisted for the Penguin Student Design Award. The Penguin Random House Student Design Award is an opportunity for students interested in pursuing a career in design to experience real cover design briefs first-hand.
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    Clyde & Co Art AwardClyde & Co.
    For emerging artists, the transition from art school to the commercial world can be a daunting process. The Clyde & Co Art Award, now in its sixth year, continues to nurture and encourage emerging talent in the visual arts by supporting art graduates in their professional development and paying them fairly to show their work – both vital elements to enable them to sustain their practice.