Migration is explored by award winning war illustrator

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Migration is explored by award winning war illustrator

Drawings by an award winning war illustrator are going on display in the capital.

George Butler has spent over 10 years documenting the lives of those displaced by conflict around the world.

This exhibition called Anima Mundi, focuses on human and animal migration and features work from places such as Syria, Iraq and Eastern Europe.


One of the stand out pieces is a moving globe made in collaboration with Bellerby and Co.


The exhibition is on at the Bankside Gallery until the 25th of November. 

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