The artist will sketch the famous and fashionable faces who regularly glide across the glossy chequered floor of the hotel’s magnificent art deco lobby. Guests who have agreed to do a sitting will become part of the official Claridges art collection.
Earlier in his career, David worked for the Financial Times as a fashion illustrator where he was commissioned to draw at the couture shows before he landed commercial clients such as: Chanel, Dior, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and the V&A Museum. In 1998 he began working on a portfolio of portraits of some of the world’s most beautiful women and in 2007, he launched Pourquoi Pas? (buy here) the first ever international journal of Fashion Illustration.