Artist: Tania Willis Title: Godzilla in Hong Kong Medium: professional, pigment ink, giclee, Hahnemuhle bamboo paper, archival paper Dimension: 60W x 54H cm. ( Unframed ) Edition: 28
Godzilla in Hong Kong
Tania Willis is an award-winning British illustrator & a graduate of The Royal College of Art Illustration MA Course. She has been based in Hong Kong for a number of years. Her illustrations can be seen in the most unlikely places, from the pages of magazines to the walls of Pacific Place & fuselage of an Airbus 380 ( she designed a special livery for the Dragonair's 20th Anniversary ).
Her illustrated maps feature in travel magazines around the world & she is a regular contributor to The Telegraph's Ultratravel & Condé Nast Traveller. She also illustrates for children; in 2009 she created 15 large-scale artworks for the The Ronald McDonald Charity Home in Hong Kong ( which were later published as a book entitled 'A Treasury of Tales') These won 3 awards at The First Greater China Illustration Awards.Tania is also the series illustrator for 'KidsGo!' , a travel guides series for tweens, which won awards from The Greater China Illustration Awards & the US Parent's Choice Foundation.