25 Scooter Drawings

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Artist Statement

 

I started drawing scooters when I first moved to London and was intrigued by the number of vintage styles that I saw weaving in and out of the busy streets and also by the sense of freedom they afforded the riders. With the variety of colours, shapes and details, I found them to be very interesting objects to draw, and so began my venture of capturing the range of scooters that I came across. As the number of drawings grew, it seemed like a natural step to create 25 Scooter Drawings as part of my collections series.

 

Christine Berrie | See All Editions

 

Originally from Glasgow, Christine Berrie gained a First Class BA (Hons) from Glasgow School of Art before heading to the Royal College of Art in London, where she graduated with an MA in Illustration in 2002.  Christine's work has been featured in several exhibitions, including a solo show at the Pentagram Gallery in London, where she exhibited over 40 drawings. Other exhibited works include 60 drawings and a large-scale mural for Designersblock:Illustrate, as well as regular contributions to the prestigious RCA Secret Show in London.  Currently, everyday scenarios and objects are Christine's favored subject matter, and she has long had an interest in creating colorful, detailed imagery with a hand-rendered approach. The results display Christine's aim to invest even the most mundane objects with personality.  Christine's drawings have appeared in several publications, including Design Week, Communication Arts, Creative Review and Varoom.  Her work can also be seen in Hand to Eye and The Picture Book, both published by Laurence King. Clients include Microsoft, Merrell, the New York Times, New Scientist, Wallpaper, Time Out, the Guardian, Dwell, Nature and Esquire.