Charlie Sutcliffe is an artist, illustrator and writer based in Kennington. He has been drawing since before he could speak...and he hasn’t really stopped since. 


After studying Illustration in London, he took over an old lumber yard on the south coast, creating paintings and then wooden sculptures before working on larger and larger drawings. Since that time, his work has seen him traveling the world producing works of art in a variety of forms, from illustrations on the head of a pin to installations the size of a house.

He has variously worked as a theatre set designer, art director for a record label, directed carnivals, created murals in the U.K, France, Russia and U.S.A. In 2013 he participated in the Moscow Bienalle as well as publishing his first children’s book with the Tate (the book was accompanied by 12 meter murals inside Tate Modern.) He also screen prints from a studio at the Biscuit Factory in Bermondsey. Past clients include Jaguar Shoes, Eidos/Sony, EMI, DMG World Media and the Museum of Everything. He is currently working on another eight titles as well as on a commission with a major U.S. T.V. network.




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