The black and white, pen and ink illustration work of Rohan Daniel Eason!

Rohan Daniel Eason's stark black and white, pen and ink illustrations are rooted in the more traditional style of organic illustration. Often found in beautiful books with a dash of fantasy, they inspire freedom of imagination and transportation to a faraway land. But Rohan's real-life story is far more intriguing and inspiring than that. Taking the long road, his musical exploits, not without success, led him back to his childhood pleasure of drawing.

Ben Tallon of the Arrest All Mimics podcast takes us through Rohan's tale, including school artworks sold to peers, open-minded parents not questioning subversive pieces including three girls sat on toilets and a less than conventional method of getting his place at Kingston University.

Rohan's tale is hilarious, a great lesson to people who feel like they're existing down the rabbit hole in this confusing and often challenging creative industry.

We take a look at Rohan's work for Unicef, creating animations for a recent campaign to raise awareness of the plight of child refugees, his illustrations for My First Kafka and discuss how personal work can be the key to not becoming typecast and personal creative development.



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04 Oct 2016 16:35
Sick work!
Philip Mowbray
17 Oct 2016 12:45
superb work
18 Oct 2016 16:38
02 Feb 2017 14:01
really love Rohan's style and technique
Bryony Bishop
24 Apr 2017 14:18
Awesome talent!

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