After the success of the Gilbert & Sullivan illustration back in April – I was stoked to be teaming up with Interior Design firm, Davindi again to create another illustration for a venue refurbishment. This time, the commission was for the Rose Villa Tavern in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter.

I was asked to commission something a bit different to my usual work – a blossom tree illustration with a folk art twist. The illustration was to be stretched over back-lit canvases and then placed around the bar fascia area, with a real branch affixed to the right hand side for lanterns to hang from.

Once again, Davindi had transformed the illustration into a stunning light feature, which acted as one of the focal points for the new folk-art look and feel of the refurbishment.

The comission was an enjoyable one and the feedback it’s received has been better than I could have imagined. It was fun to draw something a bit different and I do hope I can team up with the very creative Davindi again soon.

To see the new refurbishment for yourself – pop into the Rose Villa Tavern for a drink this weekend!

Photography courtesy of Davindi

Comments (2)

  • sunny

    wow, what a beautiful project!
    it must be wonderful to seeing one’s own art work in that scale!<3

  • Mourad

    Your work is genious and ilustrative in harmonical beauty. Proud to see others like and appreciate yor work.

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