"Strip was drawn over a two week period in Paris, defined by the size of the room and the table. Made from observations of facades from some places and how they could be if side by side.” - Nigel Peake
It’s hard to summarise the work of artist — or as he has called himself, ‘drawer’ — Nigel Peake, because there is so much of it and it’s varied. Peake, who grew up in Northern Ireland and currently lives between there and Paris, originally studied architecture. In the past 10 years he’s written and drawn more than 40 books, covering cycling, bridges, cities, shapes, patterns, maps and more. His distinctive drawings have also appeared on work for Hermès, New York Times, FLOS, Tate, and the Royal Horticulture Society and in exhibitions in New York, San Francisco, Paris, Shanghai and London.
16 pages, 25.5 x 19.5cm, softcover, Nieves (Zurich)