London based designer, Linda Scott, studied Printed Textile Design at John Moores University in Liverpool and then at Central Saint Martins in London.
Having worked in the creative industry for many years in businesses as divers as childrens fashion, graphics, illustration, public relations, marketing and women’s fashion, Linda’s work ethos is one that encompasses trying anything that captures her imagination and hopefully makes her smile.
Now working more and more in the children’s and teen market 2011 has seen the launch of ‘How To be the Best Bubble Writer In The World Ever’ through publishers Laurence King. A life long talent and love of hand drawn letters and alphabets has led to witty words and phrases being used in much of her work and now is recognised in this totally hand-drawn, interactive book.
Linda’s fun drawings are instantly recognisable with a bold style using pens, pencils and ball point pens alongside scans and drawing tablets and work equally well across fabrics, photography, paper and film. This analogue style also features in Linda’s phtography work, shooting predominantly with film cameras and a great relationship with Lomography.