ECA Degree Show 2016: Illustration

The illustration department of Edinburgh College of Art has produced some incredibly professional looking work this year, so hopefully this article will be unnecessary for documenting or promoting the artists because they’ll already have been offered positions at publishing houses. But on the off-chance, lets keep an eye on:

Rosanna Corfe


Amy Wedge


Celeste Woodham Clark


Heledd Owen


Kirsti Beautyman

So, obviously I took notes and I’ve got the brochure where the artists speak about their work. But honestly, I feel that what’s so great about these pieces is that they speak for themselves. Just look at them.

Words: Ana Hine

Images: Ana Hine (art by Rosanna Corfe, Amy Wedge,Celeste Woodham Clark, Heledd Owen, and Kirsti Beautyman)

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