Magazine cover illustrator

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We are a bi-monthly magazine about waste and recycling, looking to find an illustrator for our upcoming cover. We would like the illustration to be a comic in the style of Roy Lichtenstein. The illustration should be roughly 23cm in height and 22cm in width (the 22 should include 3 mm of bleed as it will bleed off the page only width-wise). We\'d like it to be in quite vibrant colours with the stippled effect characteristic of Lichtenstein. The cover will be illustrating the concept of monthly collections of residual waste, which we think could happen in the future. The page should be split diagonally from top right to bottom left. The top section of the page should depict four black bin bags being picked up by four refuse collection vehicles and there should be a text box reading: \'In 2010, many UK residents created so much waste, they had to have it collected at least four times a month...\' Towards the dividing mark, there should be another box that reads: \'...but then...\' and a comic strip symbol with a word like \'Pow!\' or \'Kapow\' or something. Then, the other section on the bottom right should show just one solitary bin bag and a solitary collection vehicle, with a text box that reads: \'Four bags became one. By 2023, the nation\'s resource-efficient residents required only one pickup a month.\' Space must be left for us to insert text in our own font that reads: \'Is this is the future or a mere fantasy?\' or something to that effect. A rough is attached to offer a better idea of what we\'re looking for. This is a one-off job offering remuneration of £150 upon receipt of the image fitting the brief. The picture is required for the 16th of August.

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