Finn Dean has won this year’s Book Illustration Competition, beating over 500 other entrants all attempting to interpret the Aldous Huxley classic Brave New World
The Book Illustration Competition is a partnership between the charity House of Illustration and The Folio Society. Open to all illustrators over the age of 18, both student and professional, the winner receives a Folio Society commission worth £4,500. Five runners-up receive £500 each.
This year’s brief was to illustrate Brave New World, Huxley’s classic 1931 novel about a dystopian future society. Dean’s winning work (below) will appear in a new Folio Society version of the book to be published in September. Dean is 33 and a graduate of Bath School of Art. See more of his work here
The runners-up were:
And Kit Russell
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