The BergHind Joseph Blog
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I sometimes think that my lack of formal training has been a real benefit to me in my career as an illustrator. Sure it would have been nice to sit around drawing for 3 years, mingle with like-minded doodlers and emerge with a ready made portfolio, but I think the fact that I started from scratch taught me a valuable lesson...
For some time, there’s one project I’ve been eager for BergHind Joseph to try – an idea which has stemmed from my interest in art and photography, but also my passion for design and desire to see how others interpret (and react) to a subject.
This week I couldn’t help but tune in to Nick Clegg’s speech at Mansion House, London and feel slightly smug.
I have always been intrigued by the blurred line between art and illustration. It is curious that an illustration lifted from a feature in a magazine can become art once put on the wall in a frame. It also interests me how sometimes even the simplest of images can be interpreted in different ways by different people when out of the illustration context.
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