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Eliza Hancock

MA work

Bad News

A series of images exploring the way modern day 'villains' are presented in tabloid newspapers. We are lead to believe that we are surrounded by monsters; however, this is an overblown view of what society is actually like. Tabloid news stories are throwaway, the villain of today could easily change tommorow. 


  • MA Degree


    School of Communication


    MA Visual Communication, 2019



  • I am an illustrator whose practice revolves around drawing. Drawing for me is a way of interpreting the world around me by constructing narratives and imagery, which live purely in the imaginative sphere. In a drawn space, reality can be emphasised, exaggerated, and played with. 

    Fairytales, monsters, and the everyday form parts of my work. Through my images, I aim to reflect my own thoughts on the way we live and the stories we tell.

  • Degrees

  • BA Illustration, Falmouth University, Cornwall, 2016