Teapigs Book Of Tea Cityscapes

Teapigs Book Of Tea Cityscapes

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs illustration of Europe

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs illustrations of Eastern Europe

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs illustrations of the Middle East

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs Book Illustrations of Africa

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs illustrations of South East Asia

 

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs illustrations of the America and Australasia

Teapigs illustration Jitesh Patel

Teapigs a well know Tea Brand asked to commission a set of 6 cityscape illustrations for they’re new book publication dedicated to tea. Each of the cityscape illustrations showed: Landmarks or key characteristics of the different regions/cities in the chapter. Each chapter looks at a number of different countries and their recognisable landmarks from a number of different countries in one cityscape.

The Tea-related images- references to the tea information are covered in the each relating chapter. The tea-related elements were also illustrated amongst the architecture/landscape for example: teacup peeking out behind the gherkin.  The 6 cityscape illustrations and elements were broken down as follows,

Africa

Tunisia – Carthage, Zebra, Land Rover, Rooibos tea Plant, Mud Hut, Algeria – Maqam Echahid, Metal Tea Pot, Giraffe, Egypt Sphinx, Small Tea Glass

North America

Argentina/S America – Yerba mate, Sydney – Opera House, S Franciso – Golden Gate Bridge, Empire State Building (NYC), New Zealand – Sky Tower Auckland, Canada – CN Tower, Iced Tea

Eastern Europe

Uzbekkistan – Bukhara, Powder Gate Prague, Bayterek tower, Kazakstan, Russia – red square

Middle east

Jordan – Petra, Oman – Asma Bint Alawi Mosque door, Fez, Saudi Arabia – Burj Khalifa, Saudi Arabia – burj-al-arab

Northern Europe

Ireland – giant harp, Germany – Bradenburg gate, France – Eiffel tower, Britain –London eye – Route Master Bus, Netherlands– windmill

India –Taj Mahal

Cambodia, China – Great Wall, Japan – Kaimakura Daibutsu, India Rice boat, Taj Mahal

The Illustrations contained a lot of detail within them, and with over 60 individual illustrated elements, which are made up to make a larger composition for each of the 6 cityscape illustrations. The cityscape illustrations were quite intense pieces of work, I am glad they were well received by the client.

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