Horrible Histories

26 September 2021

Horrible Histories

Martin Brown, author and illustrator of Lesser Spotted Animals and illustrator of the Horrible Histories series, returns to the Chelsea History Festival and offers up tips for budding illustrators.
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'Horrible Histories' covers

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Description

Prepare for guts and gore with illustrator Martin Brown of Horrible Histories fame as he takes us on a journey from the bloody Battle of Waterloo to the frightful First World War. Discover his top tips for budding illustrators and find out what makes history so Horrible!!!

About the speaker

Martin Brown is an Australian cartoonist and illustrator, who lives and works in the UK. He is the main illustrator for the Horrible Histories book series, which has been published in over 30 different languages and sold over 30 million copies.

Martin has also created the Lesser Spotted Animals series, which highlights the brilliant beasts you never knew you needed to know about.

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'Horrible Histories: Up in the Air' book cover    'Horrible Histories: Woeful Second World War' book cover

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