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I was extremely grateful to be included in Art V Cancer’s first Exhibition held in Manchester at 2022NQ on the 2nd Nov 2012. There was a whole ho… Read More
I was extremely grateful to be included in Art V Cancer’s first Exhibition held in Manchester at 2022NQ on the 2nd Nov 2012. There was a whole host of great artists taking part, you can see a full list of everyone involved below. Yggdrasill, although the Norse word for Tree of Life is inspired by a recent trip to Thailand. The image hopes to recreate the tranquil sense of the east whilst reflecting the passing of time. Read Less
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Yggdrasill Illustration
Art V Cancer
I was extremely grateful to be included in Art V Cancer’s first Exhibition held in Manchester at 2022NQ on the 2nd Nov 2012. There was a whole host of great artists taking part, you can see a full list of everyone involved below.
 
Yggdrasill, although the Norse word for Tree of Life is inspired by a recent trip to Thailand. The image hopes to recreate the tranquil sense of the east whilst reflecting the passing of time.
 
Full list of artists include:
Adam Davison, Alan Dalby, Alternative Aesthetics/Colin Kersley, Andy Hau, Carly Strickland, Carys Tait, David Moscati, Death Valley Illustration/Gavin Shepherdson, Do Hong Phuc, Emiliz Tolibas, Helen Musselwhite, Kyle Wilkinson, La Koneko Design, Lucy Driscoll, Martin Parris, Matt Lyon, Paul Andrew, Pierrot Sant’Ana, Raid71, Rise of the Monkey/Simon Edwards, Rukmunal Hakim, Deck Illustration/Sam Ailey, Sam Falconer, Si Scott, Simon Misra, Slumberbean/Sam Hadley, Stan Chow, Stathis Petropoulos, Stuart Whitton, Sue Codee, Sugahtank/John Roubanis, Tony Hodgkinson, Trudy Creen & Willa Gebbie.
 
You can purchase my illustration from the Art V Cancer website