Katie Scott

Katie Scott is a gifted illustrator, interested in producing detailed anatomical drawings.

Having graduated in Illustration from Brighton, Katie is now based in London.

Katie had an interest in science from a young age, her intricate work demonstrates fantasy and peculiarity through biology.

Whilst she uses meticulous and tiny detail in her work, Katie prefers to produce large scale pieces, which make the small patterns and drawings all the more fascinating!

Katie is not shy to use colour and uses a beautiful range within her work. They are never bright or garish and have an almost aged quality to them. Colours are pale and delicate, almost resembling older medical drawings.

Many people interested in illustrative or graphic work, may have seen Katie Scott’s designs at the Pick Me Up Graphics Fair this year in Somerset House. However, she has also produced imagery for Phaidon, Nobrow and Dodd Clothing.

Katie’s art also features on several single releases from the Bombay Bicycle Club album ‘A Different Kind Of Fix’, which she produced the cover for. In 2012, this was nominated for ‘Best Artwork’ at the NME awards.

 

To see more of Katie’s work, you can visit her website – www.katie-scott.com

Or you can visit her blog – katie-scott.tumblr.com

She is also on Twitter and has a Facebook page dedicated to her lovely artwork.

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About Sophie Biddulph

Hello, I'm Sophie and I am currently studying for a BA in Illustration at the University of Worcester, having previously studied Textile Design at Chelsea. I enjoy many forms of art and I often use my surroundings and British heritage to inspire new work, and ways in which I work. 'Born in Britain' is a project for young, undiscovered people, who have developed a talent (a bit like some of us).

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