Rose Blake is an illustrator and artist making drawings and pictures from a railway arch by a canal in London.
She studied at Kingston University and the Royal College of Art. She was awarded the D&AD Best New Blood Award and was recently awarded the Bologna Ragazzi New Horizons award for her illustrations foe 'A History of Pictures for Children', written by David Hockney and Martin Gayford.
She shows with the Rebecca Hossack Gallery, and has had two solo show there; ‘Now I Am An Artist’ in 2015 and ‘Sing Swim Ok Moon’ in 2018.
Some of the clients she has worked with include BBC, Tate, The New Yorker, Cadburys, Disney and the V&A.
She is a Visiting Lecturer at Kingston University. She likes swimming, singing and strong liquorice.