Alice Tait is a popular British illustrator whose work has graced book covers for Penguin, magazine spreads for Vogue, chocolate treats for Waitrose and party invites for Chanel.
We are very excited to share news of an Alice Tait gift range for ‘Netflix The Crown’ – find out how it was created from original sketches to final results on Alice’s Instagram… search for @alice_tait_illustrates to join the party!
Alice also has her brand own gift range, ‘Alice Tait London’ selling in John Lewis, Waterstones and The Royal Palaces amongst others. You can shop for her prints and products here.
Alice has recently illustrated two Sunday Times Number 1 Bestsellers: ‘The Last Hedgehog’ Pam Ayres, Picador and ‘Hinch Yourself Happy’ Mrs. Hinch, Penguin.
Alice has recently written and illustrated her first children’s book ‘No, Nancy, No! A London Adventure’ Walker Books, keep an eye out for her book reading at children’s festivals near you.
Alice has been drawing for a living since 2002, and in between high-profile commissions and managing her online business, Alice loves nothing better than to nip out with her sketchbook and sausage dog Roger, to take inspiration from the streets around her and the faces she meets.
Notable moments from her life as an illustrator include a nerve wracking evening drawing celebrities The Old Vic, having her worked papped going into Gwyneth Paltrow’s LA home and seeing her Adrian Mole cover for Penguin as a London Underground tube poster campaign!
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Kevin McCloud, Grand Designs