The Big Egg Hunt 2013 – Covent Garden, London

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The Big Egg Hunt 2013 – Covent Garden, London
the pick up artist

Image by Karen Roe
47. The Explorers
by Luke Best

Luke Best graduated from the Royal College of Art after studying illustration at Brighton University. Luke lives and works in London as a freelance illustrator and associate lecturer. Paper cut-outs, fragments of hand drawn figures, colourful patterns, woodcut prints and fabric are just some of the elements that make up Luke’s approach to image making.
His diverse output, both as a solo artist and member of the influential illustration collective Peepshow, includes animation, self-published books, window displays, fashion, and designing homemade spacesuits. He has exhibited at Museum of Objects and Origins and Pick me Up at Somerset House, London 2012.

Lindt is proud to join
THE BIG EGG HUNT 2013
in support for Action For Children

Our fun family event starts in London, Covent Garden on Shrove Tuesday and promises to delight all; from the exciting egg-hunts and giant chocolate bunnies to the uniquely designed eggs by leading artists and celebrities, for all to awe at – and hopefully buy!

Most importantly it is a unique opportunity for us all to raise significant money to support vulnerable and neglected children in the UK.

Established in 1869, Action for Children is committed to helping the most vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Working directly with more than 250,000 children, young people and their carers each year, we run over 600 services which tackle abuse, neglect, help young carers and provide fostering and adoption services.

Lindt believes in the magic of families, which is why the Lindt Gold Bunny is proud to join Action for Children in The Big Egg Hunt and support the great work they do to improve the lives of children & families in the UK.

The Big Egg Hunt 2013 – Covent Garden, London
the pick up artist

Image by Karen Roe
47. The Explorers
by Luke Best

Luke Best graduated from the Royal College of Art after studying illustration at Brighton University. Luke lives and works in London as a freelance illustrator and associate lecturer. Paper cut-outs, fragments of hand drawn figures, colourful patterns, woodcut prints and fabric are just some of the elements that make up Luke’s approach to image making.
His diverse output, both as a solo artist and member of the influential illustration collective Peepshow, includes animation, self-published books, window displays, fashion, and designing homemade spacesuits. He has exhibited at Museum of Objects and Origins and Pick me Up at Somerset House, London 2012.

Lindt is proud to join
THE BIG EGG HUNT 2013
in support for Action For Children

Our fun family event starts in London, Covent Garden on Shrove Tuesday and promises to delight all; from the exciting egg-hunts and giant chocolate bunnies to the uniquely designed eggs by leading artists and celebrities, for all to awe at – and hopefully buy!

Most importantly it is a unique opportunity for us all to raise significant money to support vulnerable and neglected children in the UK.

Established in 1869, Action for Children is committed to helping the most vulnerable and neglected children in the UK. Working directly with more than 250,000 children, young people and their carers each year, we run over 600 services which tackle abuse, neglect, help young carers and provide fostering and adoption services.

Lindt believes in the magic of families, which is why the Lindt Gold Bunny is proud to join Action for Children in The Big Egg Hunt and support the great work they do to improve the lives of children & families in the UK.

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