Amelias Colourful Companion
Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Companion artist
Illustrator Alex McGinn is one of the artist’s featuring in Amelias Colourful Companion Magazine for her stunning vibrant, unique and bright illustrations. A Falmouth college student, who was discovered at the New Designers 2015 Summer Show. It was her distinctive autumn palette of vivid and bright colourful illustrations that allowed her to really stand out from the crowd and the fact that her palette lends her work to different subjects. Some of Alexs’ illustrations can be found in Amelia’s Colourful Colouring Books for adults who love to colour in. Alex takes on commissions and one of them being was to design and produce a leaflet depicting the History of the Workers’ Educational Association within Dartington itself, from the past 100years. The illustrated map was put together leading the viewer to see the trail of Dartington Estate and the countrysides surroundings. Along the way on this map Alex had some NOW and THEN statements displayed, that explained the past and current projects the WEA undertook in Dartington. This was Alex’s first commission due to her tutor from Falmouth College having contact with Write to Freedom which collaborated with Workers Eduactional Association. Drawing is her passion and you can see that perfectly in her work displayed here and read and learn more about Alex McGibb from the Interview on this link.
The latest trend
Adults colouring in books are right on trend just now. These nature illustrations designed by Alex McGibb are just too beautiful that anyone would want to fill them up with their choice of colours and bring the whole image alive. Why not pick yourself – or a loved one – one up, or even as a Christmas gift, and get colouring. Supermarkets and newsagents stock them. If you do have a go, why not share your finished piece here or on our Facebook page. We would love to see your colouring in.
Stuck for getting colouring in products? Buy yourself a variety of colouring in pens on our website and colouring pencils too. A lovely way to finish a busy da, relaxing with a truly wonderful and well illustrated colouring book.
“Live Creatively” All xx