Art History Dropout, by Barnaby Richards

Barnaby Richards is an illustrator and comic book artist with a fantastical/imaginative dreamy style. Barnaby's editorial activities includes work for The Guardian, The Independent on Sunday, The Observer and Walker Books. In 2011 he published a book called 'Two sentences', which is a collaboration with Tanya Meditzky. They both wrote two sentences for the other to illustrate. Tanya produced this book from the results.

Beetroot Eyes by Barnaby Richards

Richards also contributed to 'How to get what YOU want', a self-help book for young adults by Nina Grunfeld, published by Walker Books. He has contributed to issues of Stugeon White Moss in 2005 and self-published 'The Hat' in that same year.

Beetroot by Barnaby Richards

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