MisBeee 123 Vlog: London illustrator Lee gets creative

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London artist Lee White is a young talent that has designs on creating his own comic characters and establishing an illustration business in the future.

In his work, he aims to capture the beauty and vibe of everyday life and has a growing repertoire of illustrations.

This young artist enjoys Japanese animation productions known as Anime and Japan's Manga comics but surprisingly has never watched a Marvel comic-inspired film.

Check out his illustrations in this YouTube clip in the first of MisBeee 123's three-part interviews.


MisBeee 123 aims to celebrate the creative skills of everyday people.

In the vlog, Lee also gives us a short demo on his depiction of Kwaku Ananse the Spider. Kwaku Ananse is a much-loved but pesky character used in Ghanaian story-telling tradition, which was exported to the West Indies and the US as a result of the Slave Trade.


By Kirsty Osei-Bempong.

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