Robin MoonEye
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Robin MoonEye

Illustrator, graphic designer, mural artistLondon, United Kingdom
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Robin MoonEye
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Robin MoonEye

Illustrator, graphic designer, mural artistLondon, United Kingdom
Projects
  • Numbers
    NumbersNumbers for #36daysoftype challenge
  • Alphabet
    AlphabetIllustrated alphabet for #36daysoftype challenge
  • Our green corner
    Our green cornerProject in collaboration with another mural artist @wilted.woman in the graffiti tunnel in Leake street, London (now covered) Solo pictures of the plants I did can be found at the end of the photo gallery
  • Why not?
    Why not?You ask why, I ask why not, why not do that? You see a drawing of a burger, you aknowledge it, you say “ok cool drawing of a burger” and you go on with your life. You see a drawing of a burger of an eye and you spend at least 5 seconds wondering why the heck there is an eye on a burger. That’s what I want you to do, when you see my drawings. I want you to wonder why. To start thinking, to make your brain start working to come out with a possible reason, even for a moment. Because wondering why i
  • The André
    The AndréIllustrations for an ebook dedicated to one of Genoa's most famous songwriters: Fabrizio De André
  • Poisonus Mushrooms
    Poisonus MushroomsCountdown to Halloween in a fungi theme for my instagram page, 2020
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Work history
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    Creative ArtworkerTapestry MM Ltd
    London, United KingdomFull Time
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    Illustrator, Graphic designerRobin MoonEye
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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Skills
  • Illustration
Education
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    MAAcademy of fine Arts in Urbino
     - Urbino, Italy
    Illustration and graphic design for publishing
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    BABrera Academy of Fine Arts
     - Milan, Italy
    Graphic design and printmaking
Awards
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    Grow Wild Young Creatives Grant winnerGrow Wild
    Grant given to the best projects on how to make British population interested in the local flora and fungi. My project consisted in a street art treasure hunt around East London, with botanical illustrations as the pieces to find, with a book showing pictures of the graffitis as the exhibition piece