Lesley Imgart – Visualisation

Lesley Imgart

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What do I call myself? An illustrator, an artist or even a visual communicator, but it all comes down to the same thing. I’ve always cared about stories and people, and the connection between us and the things around us. To me that is why I’ve always known that I wanted to work creatively. I always had my head in a book (or the clouds), and I was burning inside with the desire to translate all of my thoughts somehow. It’s not the easiest thing to be an artist because you put everything you have into it; your time and money, your soul and heart.

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Having moved from Germany to the UK to study Illustration, my work has always reflected my own relationship with differences and personal struggle. You will be able to tell from my work that my favourite things to draw include (but are not limited to): bears, girls, any other characters, editorial, and sarcastic commentary.

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I’ve accomplished ridiculous variety of things in the last three years; a workshop with children, translation, exhibitions, greeting cards, graphic design. It’s been great (and I’ve learned a lot)! I’m passionate about narrative work and character design especially. I’m very grateful to be where I am, but I plan to work hard and push myself every single day to get where I really want to be. Feel free to get in touch with me on any social media!

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