London’s Museums: House of Illustration

Hey everyone! As I’ve been posting a lot about moving to Japan and all those shenanigans, I just wanted to write a quick blog about the city that I’m actually in at the moment: London!

So recently the House of Illustration has been paying a lot of attention to female comic book artists, which of course is a very good thing as there are so many good artists out there. But, what really caught my attention was the Shojo Manga exhibition that they announced on Twitter, advertised as being the biggest exhibition of its kind ever assembled in the UK. So, of course, I had to go. Continue reading

London’s Museums: The V&A Museum Of Childhood

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Today I decided to go and visit the Museum of Childhood for the very first time. The museum is located in Bethnal Green in East London, near Shoreditch, and the reason for my visit was that they had an exhibition on Lewis Carroll’s Alice. My all time favourite books are Alice’s Adventures In Wonderland and Through The Looking-Glass, and so I was pretty excited about checking the exhibition out.

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