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Creativepool Spotlight: Ben the Illustrator

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Having won a silver award in last year's Creativepool Annual for New York City Department of Transport, self-employed artist Ben the Illustrator is the focus of this Spotlight Q&A.

Find out about his route into the industry which has led to working with brands like Innocent and Bucketfeet, how he'd describe his creative style and what he'd change about his job if he could as we near the deadline for individual submissions to this year's Annual.

How did you become an illustrator and how long did it take before you started getting commissions?

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