Vincent Larkin is an illustrator and artist who works in print and drawing.
His practice is based around the idea of the uncomfortable narrative; the overlaps and diversions in the way we tell the story of ourselves. In the pursuit of this idea he uses book form, printed media, web-based media and sometimes song.
His work has been featured as part of the Tate Britain’s Source Spotlight Display for the Pattern, Graphics, Print month and exhibited at the Bookartbookshop in London. In 2015 Vincent completed a residency with the Victoria and Albert Museum.
Vincent teaches across the BA Illustration course with a focus on integrating theory and practise. He places emphasis on the identification of illustrative strategies from outside industry in order to inform new thinking in regards to Illustration.
Previous to his current role, Vincent was involved in curating exhibitions and events for the 64 Killigrew Street project space in Falmouth. During this time Vincent illustrated web based articles dealing with philosophy and history for Pictograma Magazine, based in Seville, Spain.