Alice Pattullo is an illustrator based in East London. Research is at the heart of Alice’s personal practice and much of her work has a focus on British traditions, superstitions and folklore.
Alice works predominantly with screen print producing limited editions to sell and exhibit across the UK. She works with Suki Hayes-Watkins on a number of projects at the Print Block in Whitstable.
Alice feels an affinity towards mid-century British design and illustration and is particularly inspired by artists such as Edward Bawden, Enid Marx, Barnett Freedman and Barbara Jones who worked simultaneously as fine artists and commercial artists.
She consciously pays homage to these artists through colour choices and compositions creating work with a nostalgic aesthetic, combining this with a modern humorous twist that makes her work her own.
As an illustrator Alice works on commissioned projects for a variety of outcomes such as packaging, shop and museum design, book covers, editorial illustration for magazines and limited edition prints for museums and a variety of clients including Bettys and Taylors of Harrogate, Bon Appetit, Esquire, Cecil Sharp House, Country Living, Crabtree and Evelyn, Ditchling Museum of Art and Craft, Design for Today, Faber, HHMI Bulletin, Little Toller, Nandos, National Trust, Sainsburys, The V&A Museum, and The Village Voice.
Alice is represented by CIA; Central Illustration Agency.
Her one-person show at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park opens in 2017.