Archive | Charlie Weatherstone

Gates – Grow Speke

I’ve not had much time to post anything recently, so here’s a VERY BRIEF post. I’m working on an exciting new project that aims to transform a derelict wasteland into a thriving community garden. I was asked to design gates that will bookend the space. The gates are currently in production. I’m working with a wonderful […]

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World Heritage Report

World Heritage Watch have published their Annual Report in which Liverpool UNESCO WHS appears for the first time. This report was written by Engage having taken advice from a number of interested parties. Read the report here. Also my illustrations & graphics feature on page 100-102! You can also BOOK a place on this years Engage […]

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Oxford Leider Festival

I’ve recently finished a lovely illustration project for the Oxford Leider classical music festival 2017 – The Last Of The Romantics – Mahler And Fin-De-Siècle Vienna. I produced a set of four Ver Sacrum inspired illustrations for the inside of the brochure, which is available to see here (There will also be printed brochures too.) I first sketched out each illustration […]

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LJMU Book Cover

I have recently finished working on a great project with Third Millennium Books, a publishing house in London. They commissioned me to produce a set of illustrations to feature on the front and back cover of a book called LJMU – The Making of a Modern University. I also attended Liverpool John Moores and graduated in […]

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The Nigerian Voices Book

I’ve just completed my first book whilst working at Nonconform. ‘The Nigerian Voices’ is a unique publication that takes you on a journey, sharing the voices of Nigerians who decided to leave their country of birth from the 1960’s onwards, and settle in the city of Bradford. The project addresses the need to record the unique […]

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Average Arts Mag

I haven’t had much time to post new stuff on my site recently, as I’ve been up the wall! A few things beginning to emerge though, and this is one of them…Average Arts have featured one of my drawings in their recent mag/zine, which is great. There’s loads of other weird n wonderful work in […]

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Civic Saturdays

Over the weekend, I joined the Merseyside Civic Society at one of their public meetings to do a bit of live drawing. This meeting was held at The Lyceum, which is situated in one of my favourite places, Port Sunlight. There was also a tour around the village, even though it was bitterly cold! Afterwards […]

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Hex Ceramic

This year I’m going to try and collaborate with lots of different people, as collaboration could lead to new things, and a way of learning new processes. I was approached by Hex Ceramic who creates ceramic tiles at DoES Liverpool. We are currently playing around with a few drawings, and they are shaping up well. I will […]

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Happy Christmas

Hope you have a peaceful Christmas & New Year. I think I’ll spend my whole week off hiding in the house and also out walking in the countryside., with the occasional gin n tonic thrown in. xxx

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Giclée Prints

New prints available from my shop! Affordable giclee prints on beautiful watercolour paper. Some of the originals, (mostly the Violet series) will be on display at this years Chester Arts Fair. I’ll also be printing a set of black & white prints and hand finishing them with watercolour, keep your eyes peeled. If however another […]

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