WESTON Museum is set to welcome a Quentin Blake exhibition in June. 

Quentin Blake has been writing and illustrating poetry throughout his 60-year career, allowing him to build an inspiring portfolio.

He has worked alongside big names such as Michael Rosen and Roald Dahl. Some of his most famous illustrations are featured in stories such as Alice In Wonderland and nursery rhymes like The Owl and the Pussycat.

Fans will be able to see this work in person in the museum between March 4 and June 3. 

The exhibition is being run by the Quentin Blake Centre for Illustration, which aims to connect people with art and heritage.

You will also be invited to see previously unseen works from Blake’s archive, such as surreal illustrations for Sylvia Plath’s The Bed Book and mischievous cats for T. S. Elliot’s The Song of the Jellicles.

For more information, visit the Weston Museum website.