A Festive Selection of Current Illustration 2015

You may be still at your desk desperately trying to finish off the last bits of work before all the bubbly and sausage rolls have disappeared from the office, or maybe you are already wrapped up warm in front of the telly with your best/worst Christmas jumper and snowflake-patterned socks.

Either way, here’s a selection of some of our favourite recent festive illustrations to help you start to wind down this year— here’s to discovering more amazing talent in the new one!

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Above illustration © Adam Avery aka The Suffolk Punch Press. Previous Ape on the Moon feature on Adam’s work.

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Above illustration © Eline Van Dam aka Zeloot. Previous Ape on the Moon feature on Eline’s work. 

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Above illustration © Ryan Gillett. Previous Ape on the Moon feature on Ryan’s work.

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Above illustration © Natalie Adkins. Previous Ape on the Moon feature on Natalie’s work.

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Above illustration © Alice Stevenson. Previous Ape on the Moon feature on Alice’s work.

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Above illustration © Nick Alston. Previous Ape on the Moon feature on Nick’s work.

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Above illustration © Sara Maese. Keep an eye out for an upcoming feature on Sara’s work on Ape on the Moon.

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