Each week the Scout London logo is designed by a London- based artist, designer, illustrator or photographer. This week the logo has been designed by illustrator Liam Brazier from Crouch End.
What in London inspires you?
London is a city that encompasses everything. Creativity can be found anywhere you open your eyes, ears, or mind. I love how walking down a street can take you through pockets of different culture, society, architecture, history. I don’t understand how you can’t be inspired by that.
Any London secrets to share?
Shoreditch has its share – a drink from an old gramophone in Callooh Callay is a worthwhile experience, and The Book Club covers its walls with ever-changing illustrator exhibitions and is a great place to stop for coffee and a game of Jenga. Camden has its landmarks but I always head around the back of the World’s End to visit the Black Heart. Hot Pepper Jelly, a little family run place in the heart of Crouch End serves the best café food in the whole of London I swear.
How important is London in your work?
The city is a fantastic hub for connecting with other creatives. I love being only a bus or tube ride from a show, exhibition, or gig.
What’s next for you?
Finding time for more work is always a challenge but the brain is overflowing with to-do’s and ideas and possibilities. Watch this space!
See more at: liambrazier.com
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