Portraits by The Quiet Revolution

Claire Scully is an illustrator working in London under the name The Quiet Revolution. She graduated from the School of Art and Design Central Saint Martins in 2006 and has clients including the New York Times, The Guardian, Penguin books, and Adidas. She regularly collaborates with other creatives such as furniture manufacturer D.H. Painter or illustrator Susie Wright.

His practice combines drawing, painting, photography and / or collage. She draws her inspiration from her daily life, linking the metropolis and the natural environment. Fascinated by science fiction in both literature and films, she is fascinated by the ideologies and utopias developed there and the creation of landscapes where the impossible seems to be possible.

The Bejewelled series is a collection of animal portraits made in 2009. It shows the great attention paid to detail by the illustrator, who created incredible motifs in her drawings adorned with multiple jewels.

Crested Tit, 40×30
Wolf, drawn for Adidas
Noll Tva owl, draw
Bear, drawn for Burton Snowboards
European brown bear, illustration for EnRoute Magazine
Golden eagle, drawn for Adidas sports wear
Fox, drawn for the 2010 Somerset House Pick Me Up exhibition


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