Book Cover for ‘The Hours’ (Self-initiated.)
The Hours centre’s around the interlinked but separate lives of three women, each dealing with the hope and despair that their lives have brought them. The novel has a stream of conscious narrative and in 1999 won the Pulitzer prize for fiction.
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Book Cover for ‘The Hours’ (Self-initiated.)

The Hours centre’s around the interlinked but separate lives of three women, each dealing with the hope and despair that their lives have brought them. The novel has a stream of conscious narrative and in 1999 won the Pulitzer prize for fiction.

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E: nate@natekitch.com
T: @natekitch

New commission for the Book of Everyone.
I was asked by Steve Hanson of The Book of Everyone to create an image about what makes the best Mum. As the book is to target a worldwide audience we did not want to show a representation of what a Mum could or should look like, so we targeted the wonderful, scientific aspects and the little things that maker your Mum yours.The Text in the middle can be personalised for each owner, I have borrowed these words from Mr Morrissey.



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New commission for the Book of Everyone.

I was asked by Steve Hanson of The Book of Everyone to create an image about what makes the best Mum. 
As the book is to target a worldwide audience we did not want to show a representation of what a Mum could or should look like, so we targeted the wonderful, scientific aspects and the little things that maker your Mum yours.The Text in the middle can be personalised for each owner, I have borrowed these words from Mr Morrissey.

Guest Talk at Solent School of Art & Design

Last Thursday I gave a talk alongside three other alumni of Southampton Solent University: Ken Iizuka, Rudy Wilf & Keiron Levine. 

It was great to share my experiences as an Illustrator and is always fantastic meeting the next few batches of Illustrators, there are always a few students producing some mind blowing stuff! It was also great to hear and learn from the others on their journey as image makers.

I also got to meet Illustrators Bjorn Lie and Marcus Oakley, very fine fellows indeed with some very inspiring work.