Christmas comes early

While the rest of us were enjoying the late summer sun, illustrators at Aardvark, the Church Stretton based illustration and design company, were busy creating this year’s Christmas card for Glyndebourne Opera House. This is third time they have received the commission, and this time they opted for a scene of sheep musicians.

Owner Isobel Bushell says, “We take great pride in working with all our clients, from the small artisan food producer to a world famous music venue, and to do this in glorious Shropshire inspires us every day.”

Aardvark, who illustrated the popular book about Peggy the Much Wenlock piglet who took part in the Olympian Games, are now working on a story book about a hedgehog without any prickles for local wildlife charity Cuan House.

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