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By London Ladd, Syracuse NY
 
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London Ladd Studios

Medium: Acrylic on illustration board

Size: 21" x 20"

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London Ladd is the Illustrator for the new book:

March On!: The Day My Brother Martin Changed The World  (Hardcover) by Christine King Farris


Artist statement: I’m a 2006 grad of Syracuse University with a BFA in Illustration. My main medium is acrylic. I enjoy painting and illustrating various aspects of life especially African American. I especially love working in my sketchbook because I wouldn’t be able to grow as an illustrator without it. My sketchbook goes everywhere with me.

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