London illustrator Lee gets creative

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.

‘Look’ by Lee White image
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In his work, he aims to capture the beauty and vibe of everyday life and has a growing repertoire of illustrations.

his 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.

For more blogs on art check out

Made in Ghana – The art of promoting home-grown talent

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