Tuesday, 20 November 2012

'Secret London'- Serco Prize for Illustration 2012

The 2012 Association of Illustrators Serco Prize exhibition is currently on at the London Transport Museum. This year's theme was Secret London, with entries tasked with exploring hidden and lesser-known aspects of the capital's history, culture and geography. My illustration, London's Ancient Trees, can be seen there along with the other selected entries until December 10th.

Many thanks to the AOI, Serco and the LTM for putting a great show together, and a brilliant opening night. Congratulations to the winners, and look out for Finn Clark's winning design on posters throughout the tube network.


  1. Nice job Ben, that tree looks fantastic all framed up. Interesting that this prize is awarded by Serco; they seem to be taking over more and more municipal work these days.

  2. Thanks Joe, I was really pleased with how it came out.

    Yeah Serco seem to have their fingers in many a pie (including some very controversial ones). It does seem slightly odd that London's cycle hire network is run by the same company that runs private detention centres and nuclear weapons manufacturing.