Melv is Melvyn Evans alterego and began illustrating in 1992 with a commission by Chatto & Windus to create the artwork for the cover of 'Indigo' by Marina Warner. This started a creative foray into publishing, which has included commissions from Channel 4 to illustrate a poetry anthology 'Visible Voices', Duncan Baird Publishing for a series of books 'Positive Business', and Ebury Press for cookery books by Amy Wilcock. Recently he has been working on a childrens book series ‘Once I was a cardboard box...’ for Tony Potter Publishing. His work has also been used for Design and Advertising in the UK and abroad, notably with campaigns for Halifax Building Society, packaging for Waitrose, Marks and Spencer and images for Vodaphone. In 2005 he was a finalist in the "Transport for London" competition, the artwork was used to advertising and promote the award event at the London Transport Museum. 2011 Silver Award winner Serco/AOI Prize for Illustration for Transport for London.
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