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 Freya Harrison from Dalston.
What in London inspires you?
The architecture, the people, the stereotypes, the fashion, the pubs, everyone on the 38 route.
Any London secrets to share?
I recently discovered the revamped The Blacksmith & The Toffee Maker pub in Islington – the beer’s not bad but the decor/menus/signage are wonderful.
What’s your favourite part of London?
Although it’s not somewhere I head to often, Camden will always a special place in my heart. Many memories of teenage weekends spent hanging around there all those years ago. I recently did the artwork for the Camden Crawl which reignited that love interest – fantastic architecture and scenery full of character to doodle.
How important is London in your work?
In a word – very! I grew up just outside of London and moved here eight years ago and never looked back. I think there’s a bit of “me” in all my work and London is very much part of that.
What’s next for you?
Right now: a cup of tea. In the future: A children’s book, a comic book, drawing workshops and possibly a textiles range. And then, who knows? I would love to try animation, though.
See more at: freyaillustration.co.uk