'Gardening for the Zombie Apocalypse'
Original illustrations for the new book: Gardening for the Zombie Apocalypse, by Phil Clarke and Isabel LloydI was shortlisted for the World Illustration Awards for my work on this project. The book is available from all good bookstores in the UK.
From the authors:
Climate change? Brexit? Screaming brain-biters? Don't lose the plot this book can help! Irreverent, straightforward and useful, it shows even complete beginners how to grow enough of their own food to survive when Armageddon arrives and imports collapse or even if they don't.
A grow-your-own guide for the generation who'd rather eat compost than watch Gardeners' World, it tells you how to sow and grow 20 key crops, whether you have two pots, a patio or a whole allotment to play with. It takes you through what seeds, tools and other kit you'll need, teaches you how to plan and plant your site for maximum nutrition, and suggests gardening projects to get underway while civilization still stands, from growing dinner in a dustbin to a juice bar on a balcony all while sticking a garden fork in the eye of the undead. Gardening for the Zombie Apocalypse: surviving has never been so much fun.
Published by Head of Zeus
Book design by Heather Ryerson