The series of four posters by leading illustrator Virginie Morgand celebrate the very best of London after dark, with scenes depicting Londoners enjoying themselves at clubs, theatre, restaurants and bars.
Inspired by hands-on printing techniques and the things she collects, such as children's books and collectible toys, Virginie Morgand uses hand drawn shapes and bright colours to create vibrant images full of life and energy.
The posters go on display in early 2016 throughout the city at bus stops and in London Underground stations, as both paper posters and on the digital live network.
Based in Paris, Virginie's background is in animation but, having learnt how to screen print at L'atelier Dupont, she has developed her own visual language as an illustrator working to brief for a growing number of clients. Recent projects include campaigns for Le Meridien, Martigues music and dance festival, children's books for book publishers MeMo and also Wide Eyed Editions, illustrations for Barneys in New York, The Sunday Times, Elle Magazine, Transport for London, Little White Lies and front covers for L'Instant Parisien, Ballroom Review. The Parisianer and Erratum. Recent exhibitions include solo shows in Portugal and Paris.
The Virginie Morgand – Brightest London collection is the fourth in a continuing series of posters through London Transport Museum's Transport Poster Art project, which is supported by Clear Channel. The Transport Poster Art project strives to commission iconic art from up and coming and established artists and illustrators, creating modern affordable art for all.
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