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Stephen Millership


Stephen Millership

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Print Only Total Size : 41X61CMPrinted on quality archival papers, with a 5cm border for easy framing

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This stunning illustration of one of London's best loved buildings, Battersea Power Station, is part of a series by Stephen to document some of the country's most iconic buildings before they are lost forever due to redevelopment. The Power Station, Europe's fourth largest brick building, is undergoing continued redevelopment culminating in the addition of a roof and a restructuring of its iconic four chimneys. Millership's lovely illustration of the iconic building is a product of excellent draughtsmanship.

Stephen Millership

I grew up in an industrial part of England within walking distance of beautiful countryside, moving to Manchester to study Graphic Design in my teens. Over the years I have worked in graphic design and computer games and became a founding member of a successful computer games company in Cheshire. More recently I have returned to illustration.

My prints have been exhibited in Museums, Hotels and exhibitions around the country. The style of my art draws on the interest I have for the classic travel posters of the 1930’s and the optimism for the future portrayed in many of these vintage works. Subjects I have illustrated stretch from Tudor halls and rolling countryside to the conzrete Brutalism of the 1970’s. I think this wide range is a reflection of growing up with heavy industry and being surrounded by rural Derbyshire. I aim to make the unattractive, attractive, to give a greater appreciation of loved and some not so loved subjects.

Research is the key for me, and I see the illustration process as a journey to a greater understanding of my subject. If I come away from a finished commission knowing more than I did before I started, then I am happy.

Stephen Millership