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Lydia Hughes

Lydia Hughes is an Irish illustrator and designer based in Westport, Co. Mayo.
She graduated with a BA in Visual Communication from Herefordshire College of Arts and practised as a visual designer in the UK, Canada and Ireland before going on to complete an MA in Illustration with the University of Hertfordshire.

Her work is characterised by flat, minimal, geometric shapes, reflecting a longstanding love of mid-century aesthetics, traditional printmaking processes and a background in graphic design. She harnesses playful colours and warm textures to deliver simple visual narratives that feel inclusive and friendly yet polished.

Lydia Hughes

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We Make Good - 12 Days of Christmas
Sloe-Groni
LHughes - Camogie Final 2020
Lydia Hughes - Asparagus
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Lydia Hughes - TFL Poster Prize for Illustration
Dawn Chorus
Lydia Hughes - Cherry Trifle
Lydia Hughes - Coffee & Cosmos
Lydia Hughes - Pointy Bifold Leaflet
Lydia Hughes - Liberty
Dublin Canvas Swanning Along
Lydia Hughes - Pasta Pomodoro
LHughes - Bairín Breac - Border
Lydia Hughes - Wild Garlic
Lydia Hughes - Lucy & Yak
Lydia Hughes - Molyfit
Lydia Hughes - Secret 7
Kintsugi
Lydia Hughes - Map
Lydia Hughes - A Delicate Craft Square
ICS Annual Report
Lydia Hughes - Autumn Table Setting
Lydia Hughes

Lydia Hughes is an Irish illustrator and designer based in Westport, Co. Mayo.
She graduated with a BA in Visual Communication from Herefordshire College of Arts and practised as a visual designer in the UK, Canada and Ireland before going on to complete an MA in Illustration with the University of Hertfordshire.

Her work is characterised by flat, minimal, geometric shapes, reflecting a longstanding love of mid-century aesthetics, traditional printmaking processes and a background in graphic design. She harnesses playful colours and warm textures to deliver simple visual narratives that feel inclusive and friendly yet polished.

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