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​Lizzie Mary Cullen is a multi-award-winning (very) lovely illustrator with mad drawing skills based in Hastings. In a career spanning over a decade, Lizzie has loved working with a range of clients including Harvey Nichols, Disney and Marvel, First Direct, Graham&Brown, Hodder&Stoughton, Pandora, The Guardian, and various creative agencies including Ogilvey and Havas.


As as artist, she has been profiled on BBC, The Independent, WIRED and The Telegraph and her work has been exhibited in galleries worldwide. A number of her pieces belong to private collections.

Career highlights include creating the Magical colouring book series with Penguin Random House (Michael Joseph) which was published in fifteen languages and was a worldwide bestselling series; also, working with Oxfam on their Mother’s Day campaign, creating a mural for the project along with promotional print illustrations; working with Lewis Hamilton on a viral stop-motion video as a Christmas ‘thank-you’ to his fans.

As well as an illustrator, Lizzie is a writer and is represented by the (also) lovely Ed Wilson at the Johnson&Alcock Literary Agency.

Lizzie also works as a support carer for people living with dementia and neurodivergent people. She enjoys running creativity workshops to improve self-esteem and explore feelings and memories through art.


Association of Illustrators 

Gold Design Award 2012

Design Week

Hot 50 People Making a Difference in Design 2010

New Designers

One Year On Award 2009

Association of Illustrators

New Talent 2008


Reasons To Be Creative - British Library , London (2018)

Kyoorius Designyatra, Goa (2017)

World Illustration Awards talk (2016)

Nightlybuild, Cologne (2015)

OFFF Barcelona, Spain (2015)

Reasons To Be Creative, Brighton (2015)

London Design Festival at the V&A - panel for Design Week (2014)

Reasons to Be Creative, Brighton (2014)

Design Seminar with Lynda Relph-Knight - RCA, London (2013)

Glug, London (2012)

New Designers - Digital Arts panel (2011)

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