Evermade.com is going to be introducing a lot of artists in the next week or so. We’ve got a lot to show you. We are going to start with Sam Bevington, born in London in 1985 to Canadian/Ukrainian parents, he’s been working as a freelance illustrator since he graduated from UWE Bristol with a First Class Honours in 2009.
|Illustration for AOI competition ‘A View of London’ which has exhibited in the London Transport Museum, is now for sale as part of the London Collection on Evermade.com. Click here to see more.
Sam’s work is heavily influenced by the urban environment and the graphic design and illustration of the 1930′s-1950′s, which you can really see in his limited edition ‘Home Truths’ collection.
“Home Truths was an exhibition of prints I had in Spring 2010. The show was inspired by the many sayings and idioms that make up a great deal on spoken English”
|“Don’t Knock It Till You’ve Tried It”|
Each print from the ‘Home Truths’ collection is hand finished by Sam. At first glance, you may assume the background of these designs have been put together in Photoshop. But in fact each artwork is screen-printed onto a seamless patchwork of unique pages painstakingly interconnected by Sam himself. On top of that, the prints have been finished with subtle touches of spray paint and pen.
|Take A Chance|
|No Guts No Glory|
Each design is part of a limited edition of 10. Sam’s ‘Home Truths’ can be found on evermade.com